Komperdell Trekking Poles

Komperdell Carbon Expedition Vario 4 Trekking Poles (Pair)

Employing an ultra-lightweight and extremely collapsible design, Komperdell Carbon Expedition Vario 4 poles are built for backcountry and high-peak demands. A hybrid carbon and aluminum design provides reliability at a lower-than-average weight.

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Carbon Expedition Vario 4

  • 15.4 oz/pair
  • Price: $179.94
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Komperdell Carbon Approach Vario 4 Trekking Poles (Pair)

Employing a lightweight and collapsible design, Komperdell Carbon Approach Vario 4 poles are built for backcountry and high-peak demands. A hybrid carbon and aluminum design provides reliability at a lower-than-average weight.

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Komperdell
Carbon Approach Vario 4

  • 17.0 oz/pair
  • Price: $149.94
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Komperdell Carbon Approach Vario 3 Trekking Poles (Pair)

Employing a lightweight and collapsible design, Komperdell Carbon Approach Vario 3 poles are built for backcountry and high-peak demands. A hybrid carbon and aluminum design provides reliability at a lower-than-average weight.

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Carbon Approach Vario 3

  • 16.1 oz/pair
  • Price: $129.94
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Komperdell C2 Carbon Powerlock (2014) Trekking Poles (Pair)

Updated for 2014! Weighing just about 14.3 ounces per pair (without baskets), the Komperdell C2 Carbon Powerlock poles are among the lightest trekking/snowshoeing poles on the market.

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C2 Carbon Powerlock (2014)

  • 14.3 oz/pair
  • Price: $159.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Komperdell C7 Titanal Carbon (2014) Trekking Poles (Pair)

Updated for 2014! An excellent combination of durability and lightweight (17 oz/pair) construction, Komperdell C7 Titanal Carbon poles are well suited for alpine use, snowshoeing or year-round hiking.

Komperdell
C7 Titanal Carbon (2014)

  • 17 oz/pair
  • Price: $109.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Komperdell C3 Carbon Powerlock Trekking Poles (Pair)

Weighing less than 14 ounces per pair, Komperdell C3 Carbon Powerlock poles are among the lightest trekking poles on the market. These carbon-fiber, three-section poles also feature easy-to-use external locking mechanisms.

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C3 Carbon Powerlock

  • 13.5 oz/pair
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  • Price: $139.94
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
Komperdell C2 Carbon Powerlock Women's Trekking Poles (Pair)

Weighing a mere 12 ounces per pair, Komperdell C2 Carbon Powerlock Women's poles are among the lightest trekking/snowshoeing poles on the market. These carbon-fiber, two-section poles also feature easy-to-use external locking mechanisms and extended length grips.

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C2 Carbon Powerlock Women's

  • 12 oz/pair
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  • Reg. Price: $149.94
    $109.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
Komperdell C3 Carbon Powerlock Compact (2014) Trekking Poles (Pair)

Updated for 2014! At approximately 15 ounces per pair, the Komperdell C3 Carbon Powerlock Compact trekking poles are extremely lightweight. Narrow diameter grips make these ideal for women or men with smaller hands.

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C3 Carbon Powerlock Compact (2014)

  • 15 oz/pair
  • Price: $139.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
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