Komperdell Carbon Expedition Tour 4 Trekking Pole

Komperdell Carbon Expedition Tour 4 Trekking Pole
$179.95
Carbon Expedition Tour 4 Trekking Pole by Komperdell
Price subject to change | SKU: KOM001E

Komperdell Carbon Expedition Tour 4 Trekking Pole

Look no further than the Komperdell Carbon Expedition Tour 4 Trekking Poles if you're seeking a super-light, incredibly strong set of trekking poles for alpine touring and rigorous expeditions. Standing up to the rigors of ski touring and alpine mountaineering, these four-section collapsible poles feature a sturdy high-density aluminum upper matched with an incredibly stiff, lightweight carbon mid-section. Expedition medium-grips offer an ergonomic, supple feel for comfort and plenty of dexterity. Plus, the Power Lock 3. 0 mechanism features high-density aluminum for reduced weight and maximum holding power. Each pole tips the scales at a feathery 7. 7-ounces, collapsing down to 17. 7-inches for low-bulk storage when every cubic inch of pack space matters. Its adjustable length accommodates a wide variety of users, lengthening from 47. 25 to 57. 1-inches. Other technical features include Ice-flex Tungsten/Carbide tips for gripping into firm snow and icy surfaces and corresponding Ice-flex baskets for support in snow and variable alpine conditions.

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October's Animal
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