Weighing just 14.6 ounces per pair, Komperdell C3 Carbon Pro Compact poles are among the lightest telescoping trekking poles on the market. These carbon-fiber, three-section poles also employ lightweight, durable, and easy-to-use external locking mechanisms.
The poles feature soft foam grips that extend beyond just the traditional handle, allowing you to change your hand position without having to make repeated micro-adjustments to the height of the poles. Integrated straps help to save your wrists from undue stress.
Power Lock 3.0 external locks are far easier to adjust than the internal locking mechanisms used on many telescoping poles. Simply push open the locking tab, adjust the poles to your required length and snap the tab back into place.
The poles can be converted for winter use by replacing the summer trekking baskets (included) with one of the several styles of snow baskets (sold separately). The 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.
Sold in pairs, Komperdell C3 Carbon Pro Compact trekking poles have an adjustable in use range of 35.4"-47.2” and a collapsed length of 22.5”.
- Foam 280 grip
- Padded strap
- 3 sections: 18mm top, 16mm middle, 14mm bottom
- Top and middle sections: carbon
- Lower section: Titanal.HF
- Powerlock 3.0 mechanism
- Vario Trekking basket
- Tungsten/carbide flex tip
Best Use Backpacking, Hiking, Snow Sports Item Weight 14.6 oz/pair Warranty Three-Year Limited Type Trekking Poles (Pair) Minimum Length 35.4" usable length
22.5" collapsed length
Maximum Length 47.2"
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