Komperdell Carbon C2 Ultralight Ski Poles

Komperdell Carbon C2 Ultralight Ski Poles
Komperdell Carbon C2 Ultralight Ski Poles
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Carbon C2 Ultralight Ski Poles by Komperdell
The Komperdell Carbon C2 Ultralight Ski Poles won't make you fly uphill, but they will help you shave ounces off your kit. Constructed from lightweight yet impressively strong carbon, you'll never feel like you're sacrificing weight savings for durability. They're easily adjustable, too, meaning you can shorten them for steep bootpacks and easily lengthen them again when it's time to descend.

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SKU: KOM002W
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