Komperdell Explorer Contour Powerlock Compact Trekking Pole

Komperdell Explorer Contour Powerlock Compact Trekking Pole
Komperdell Explorer Contour Powerlock Compact Trekking Pole
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Explorer Contour Powerlock Compact Trekking Pole by Komperdell
When you're knees ache after long and rocky descents, make sure to bring the Komperdell Explorer Compact Powerlock Trekking Poles along on your next hike. Their solid aluminum shaft helps reduce the amount of weight on your legs and knees and is adjustable, so you can dial in the perfect fit when you're side hilling, climbing, or descending. Their contoured grips are designed with comfort in mind and are equipped with an extended foam grip, so you can choke up on them during steep ascents.

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SKU: KOM003V
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