Komperdell Highlander Cork Trekking Poles (Pair)

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Price: $69.94
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Key Features

  • Compact cork grips
  • Wrist straps
  • Aluminum alloy pole shaft construction
  • Vario mini baskets
  • Tungsten/carbide flex tips

Specifications

Recommended Use: General Hiking and Backpacking
Type: Aluminum Shafts
Minimum Length: 25.6" (65 cm)
Maximum Length: 55.1" (140 cm)
Warranty: One-Year

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Product Highlights

An excellent balance of price and performance, Komperdell Highlander Cork trekking poles are built for backpacking or hiking. The aluminum poles provide the stability and balance needed for confident on and off-trail hiking.

Three telescoping sections are constructed of a sturdy aluminum alloy. The hiqh-frequency welded and drawn tubes are strong, lightweight and corrosion-resistant. Ergonomic cork grips include integrated woven straps that help to reduce stress on your wrists.

A pair of Vario trekking baskets is included for improved traction. Optional winter and deep powder baskets (sold separately) are available to convert Highlander Cork poles for use in snow and on ice. Tungsten/carbide flex tips are designed to flex if the tip of the pole should get stuck, helping to protect the shafts from structural damage.

Komperdell Highlander Cork poles are sold in pairs.

Komperdell part number: 1742411-10

Product Reviews

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Komperdell Highlander Cork Trekking Poles (Pair)

Average customer rating:
Number of reviews: 2

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  • Richard W. Somerville MA
    6/7/2012

    Likes: These poles make all the difference when hiking with a nasty blister, and are solid supports for my tarp set up. They're light, easy to strap to my pack, and generally easy to adjust.

    Dislikes: This probably isn't a valid complaint, but when my hands were cold and the poles were wet it could be tough to adjust the poles.

  • Timothy F. Evansville IN
    4/2/2011

    Likes: Lightweight, easy to adjust.

    Dislikes: I have had no problems at all with these poles.