Trek Tech manufactures the ultimate walking
stick that converts not only into a monopod
but also a tripod.
I regularly use the TrekPod Pro as a walking
stick and use it as a support for my Canon 5D Mk1 DSLR.
It's robust, very easy to extend and very
versatile! This is the ideal monopod/tripod
for travel as it breaks down into a travel
case and can be carried on a plane or placed
in your luggage.
The carbon fiber TrekPod XL is the
most versatile tool available for the active
photographer. A monopod that triples as a
tripod and a hiking staff, it enables you to
get shots never before possible.
Lightweight, rugged carbon fiber weighs only
22.5 oz. with ball head. Includes the
innovative quick change MagMount PRO ball
head which supports 13.5 lbs. of camera or
gear, and includes the patent pending
MagMount system for one hand mounting an
demounting of your equipment. Anti-rotation
and light force MagAdapters, plus Allen
wrench, included. Fully adjustable from 39”
— 62.5” as a monopod or tripod. Breaks down
to fit in carry-on luggage, comes complete
with sturdy travel case.
TrekPod Go! PRO is Trek-Tech's
premier monopod/tripod/hiking staff
multi-tool which has many new features most
requested by our customers, including the
ability to pack into its included travel
case and fit in a carry-on bag. It also
telescopes 4" shorter than the TrekPod II in
the monopod/hiking staff mode, has "soft
touch" rubber locking nuts, and features new
quick release ball head system. TrekPod Go!
PRO includes one light force (silver)
MagAdapter and one heavy force MagAdapter
STAR with 3mm hex wrench, and travel case.
TrekPod II has most of the
functionality of the TrekPod Go! PRO & XL,
but has been engineered for a cost savings
of over 50%. The cost savings were achieved
by keeping with the original TrekPod design
which doesn't break down as far as the
TrekPod Go! TrekPod II is finished in a dark
anthracite gray color instead of the TrekPod
Go!'s satin black. The TrekPod II includes
mini ball head and quick-release system.
This unique quick release system
incorporates a rare earth "super magnet" as
the initial connection between the ball head
and a steel adaptor that screws into the
bottom of a camera or other optical devices.
A safety clip that stores below the ball
head securely locks your device to the
MagMount ball head.
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