Komperdell Peakmaster Antishock

Komperdell Peakmaster Antishock
Komperdell Peakmaster Antishock
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Peakmaster Antishock by Komperdell
When steep descents are on the day's docket turn to the reliable performance of the Komperdell Peakmaster Antishock Trekking Poles. They've got built-in shock absorption that'll lessen the load of winding downhills and steep switchbacks, and can adjust easily to lash onto packs and adapt quickly to changing terrain. Their aluminum construction strikes an ideal balance between a low weight and a tough and durable construction, while the carbide metal tip provides steady grip on dirt trails, rough rock, and whatever else you find on your way back down from sprawling mountain views.

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