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AceCamp Trekking Pole - Collapsible - 5-Section - External Lock - Aluminum - EVA Grip - Qty 2

AceCamp Trekking Pole - Collapsible - 5-Section - External Lock - Aluminum - EVA Grip - Qty 2

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Durable, telescoping trekking poles adjust from 25-5/8" long to 53-3/16" long to prevent fatigue and adds support with anti-shock system as you navigate the peaks and valleys of the world. Great Prices for the best trekking poles from AceCamp. AceCamp Trekking Pole - Collapsible - 5-Section - External Lock - Aluminum - EVA Grip - Qty 2 part number 3772617-2 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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AceCamp Trekking Poles - 3772617-2

  • Anti-Shock
  • Collapsible
  • Storage Bag Included
  • Aluminum Trekking Poles
  • 2 Poles
  • AceCamp
  • EVA Grip
  • External Lock

Durable, telescoping trekking poles adjust from 25-5/8" long to 53-3/16" long to prevent fatigue and adds support with anti-shock system as you navigate the peaks and valleys of the world.


  • Durable aluminum construction provides a lightweight, but sturdy support system
  • Collapsible poles adjust from 25-5/8" long to 53-3/16" long to fit any hiker
  • Anti-shock stem increases stability and decreases fatigue
  • EVA grip on handle is lightweight and crack and abrasion resistant
  • Includes storage bag


  • Material: 7075 Aluminum
  • Includes: 2 adjustable wrist straps and 2 tip protectors
  • Dimensions:
    • Collapsed: 1-11/16" wide x 2-1/16" deep x 25-5/8" tall
    • Extended: 1-11/16" wide x 2-1/16" deep x 53-3/16" tall
  • Weight: 8.8 oz
  • 1-Year warranty

3772617 Ace Camp Trekking Pole - 5-Section - External Lock - Aluminum

Video of AceCamp Trekking Pole - Collapsible - 5-Section - External Lock - Aluminum - EVA Grip - Qty 2

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Video Transcript for AceCamp Trekking Pole Review

Hi everyone. It's Evangeline here at etrailer. And today we are looking at the Ace Camp collapsible trekking poles here at etrailer. So if you have any injuries or if you have some joints that are a bit in pain, or if your body's just getting a little bit worn down after all of your years of traveling and adventuring, I recommend picking up a trekking pole because this is gonna reduce the fatigue experienced by your body, and it's gonna take that stress off of certain areas of like your muscles and your joints, allowing you to go on more trips. Now these are light weight trekking poles that will be a great addition to your hiking, camping, trekking experiences. This is gonna help with keeping you stable, help you keep your balance while you're on the trail, and help you focus on having a great adventure.

We have some different options here at etrailer. What I have on my right is the five section trekking pole, and here on the left is the three section trekking pole. We also have them in single or doubles as a kit, so make sure to check out our product pages to find out which one's the right one for you. Taking a look at the three section pole, the main difference is the way it comes apart, as well as how you store it. So once you loosen it, you can store it in a three section pole just like this.

And when you bring it together, you just put those poles back into place, line it up with your measurement or how high you want it to be, and just clamp it down. With this pole you have a height range of 105 centimeters for your shortest hikers, all the way to 135 centimeters for your taller hikers. Once it's in it's compact position, just like this, with all the poles at their shortest length, you can see how easy this is to store. All in all, this is about 25 and a quarter inches long. Now let's take a look at the five section trekking pole.

Now the main difference between this one is the way it clamps down. Once you expand your pole out, you're gonna have a little tab right over there at the end. That's gonna keep it in place, and from there, you get to choose your height measurement. With this, you have a range of 120 centimeters short all the way up to 135 centimeters tall for your trekking pole. Once you've chosen a height, you then use this clamp to keep it in place.

This consists of five poles held together by the shock cord on the inside, and that will allow for ease of storage. And that way you don't lose your poles when you have them in the stored position. This is nice because, let's close this up real quick, when it is in this position, you can easily store it inside your backpack, in your camper or in your car, for whenever you're ready to go hiking. It includes a hook and loop strap to secure it. And with it in that position, you have it at a length of 15 and a quarter inches long. This one is made of an aluminum alloy, which makes it durable, but also lightweight. It's not as lightweight as a carbon fiber trekking pole, but it's still a decent lightness. At the tip you have a nice durable tip and that's gonna be making impact with the ground. But then you also have this guard at the end, and that's for when you're going through soft surfaces like mud or really soft dirt. This has an anti shock stem and that's useful because as this impacts the ground, this is gonna maintain that stability and that balance as you trek. At the handle, we have an EBA grip cushion in it. So it's a nice foamy cushion. And this is gonna increase your traction as well as be crack or abrasion resistant. So that way your hands are protected as you trek. This comes with its own strap to be used with your trekking pole. Now let's take a look at how to put on that strap properly, as well as how to adjust the height for you. Now the important thing with using that strap is to make sure it's properly on your hands and you're avoiding any risk injuries. So the right way to do it is to put your hand through the strap and then place your thumb over the strap. So this is gonna be there to support your arm, but not constrict it. As for the height, the ideal height of your trekking pole is where your elbows are sitting at a 90 degree angle. If you have it too high, you're gonna strain your wrist. If you have it too low, you won't get that stability as you trek. Now, my height is five feet and two inches. So I'm 5'2, and I have my trekking poles set to 110 centimeters. And that gives you an idea of what kind of height you should be looking for for your trekking poles. So my final thoughts about this trekking pole, is I definitely see it being a useful addition to your hiking or trekking trips. Now this isn't a required piece of equipment, but if you are having difficulties with balance, you need that extra stability, or if you're going through a lot of tricky terrain, I recommend taking a look at this and considering it. And that was a look at our Ace Camp trekking poles here at My name is Evangeline, and I hope you enjoyed the journey..


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