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Leupold Trek Pod II w/ 2 Mag-Mount Attachments - 62755
$129.49 $158.00 Save 18%
Code: LU-TR-62755
MPN: 62755
UPC: 030317627553
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Leupold 62755 Trek Pod II with Mag-Mount Product Info

Leupold Trek Pod II - Brown Finish 62755 solves the problem of carrying both a tripod and imagea hiking staff into the field. Packed with the patented Mag-Mount for easy attachment of binoculars, spotting scopes, cameras, or even the VersaRest for use as a rifle stabilizing shooting stick, Leupold TrekPod-II is truly a must have tool for the outdoor enthusiast.

Package Contents:

  • Leupold Trek Pod II with Mag-Mount attached 62755
  • Two Mag-Mount magnetic attachments
  • One VersaRest

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Customer Reviews
Helpful Positive Review very good by Legacy Reviewer, July 26, 2007
I use lots of gear (Spotting scope, Binoculars, Camera, Distance finder, etc) I needed to purchase many extra parts to fit each piece of equipment to make full use of this System. It works like a charm and I recommend it to anyone wanting a lightwei...
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7/8 found this helpful
Helpful Negative Review Very Weak Producx by Legacy Reviewer, July 24, 2008
This thing has a tripod that forms on a 5 foot or higher tripod at about 15 inches off the ground. It is so unstable for most purposes that a wind over 5mph would risk blowing it over. Find a stick for a walking stick and buy a real tripod instead....
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5/6 found this helpful
Most Recent Review magnets are not always your friend! by Legacy Reviewer, April 12, 2012
I nearly bought this before remembering that digital information and powerful magnets don't mix. No way I'd put my digital camera on this thing!
2/9 found this helpful
Most Recent Review Trek Pod is handy by Legacy Reviewer, December 4, 2011
I was somewhat skeptical of this product, but was really impressed when I received it. It is very sturdy, yet lightweight, and works well. I haven't used it as a on any hikes yet, but it certainly feels durable and sturdy enough to serve that purpo...
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1/1 found this helpful
Most Recent Review Trek Pod II by Legacy Reviewer, October 16, 2008
great idea for a tripod system but practically falls short. not stable at all due to the stick extending so far above the tripod legs and as a result difficult to use, at least with a spotting scope. Pros: convenient system Cons: not stable
5/6 found this helpful
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