GoPole expands its extensive GoPro accessory line

GoPole, the original and leading third party GoPro camera accessory brand, has introduced the latest versions of its unique and versatile collection of GoPro camera mounts, accessories and storage cases. The Bobber, Grenade Grip, Venturecase, Hi-Torque Thumbscrew Pack, and Lenspen were each specifically designed and improved upon to get the absolute most out of your GoPro filming capabilities.

Drop a bomb with the Grenade Grip. Drop a bomb with the Grenade Grip.


The latest version of the patent-pending Bobber is the newest available GoPole mount and the first of its kind, doubling as both a handgrip and flotation device and strategically redesigned with a bright yellow body, no-slip durable grip and extra buoyant construction to easily spot and save a GoPro camera when dropped in the water. The pocket-sized, ultra-portable Grenade Grip is a must-have GoPole mount for snowboarding. It’s lightweight, has a low profile and is ideal for the incognito selfie run. To see the master at work, check out Tim Humphrey’s trip to China from last season.

Smudges don't stand a chance with the new GoPole Lenspen. Smudges don’t stand a chance with the new GoPole Lenspen.


The Hi-Torque Thumbscrew Pack contains three thumbscrews, allowing users to secure their cameras tighter and stronger to any mount. No more worrying about losing your camera with these bad boys. The multi-color pack (Transparent, Electric Blue, and Synergy Green) provides users with a personalized and custom look. Get clearer footage by cleaning your camera lens safely and quickly with the new Lenspen. It easily removes fingerprints, dust and blemishes with the invisible cleaning compound, utilizing the flexible chamois cleaning tip and wiping away any excess with the retractable, ultra-fine brush.

Now all of you GoPro accessories can have a real home. Now all of you GoPro accessories can have a real home.


Venturecase is the perfect weather resistant soft case kit to take on any adventure. It easily stores and protects up to two GoPro cameras and still has plenty of extra room for other GoPole mounts and accessories, remotes, batteries and more. The new case includes two camera compartments, an accessory compartment, a zip pocket, two mesh pockets, and weatherproof zippers. All the essentials anyone needs to go get the gnarliest POV footage.

“The new GoPole products were created to provide a more user-friendly experience for GoPro consumers,” comments GoPole Vice President Ryan Vosburg. “Our products allow users to stay focused on capturing the highest quality action footage with their cameras, whether they are in the water or on land during any sport or active outdoor activity.”

Tim Humphreys is down for GoPole. Tim Humphreys is down for GoPole.

Pro-snowboarder and sponsored GoPole athlete Tim Humphreys also comments, “I use the new GoPole Grenade Grip while I’m snowboarding and I love it. It’s portable size and super rugged grip allows me to capture the best angles with my GoPro when I’m riding.”

Visit to check out the full line of GoPro accessories. These are definitely a must have.


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