Komperdell C3 Duolock Poles - Men's

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Komperdell's C3 Duolock Poles page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The lightest pole on the market at 7.7 oz per hand, the Men's C3 Duolock Trekking Poles from Komperdell are shorter in length and feature a grip that is slimmer and more comfortable for women or men with smaller hands. The carbon fiber shafts of the C3 Carbon Duo Lock Compact are slim, lightweight and strong.

- Altrec Outdoors

Carbon Fiber Treking Pole * from Chris McMaster - ULA-Equipment: Owner & Operator, "I am a pole snob, I have an extensive background in cross country skiing where poles are an vital link in the whole process. Most poles are heavy, poorly constructed, bend or break easily and have a gimmicky strap setup, so I was very pleasantly surprised to discover the Komperdell Carbon Ultralight Treking Pole series. Komperdell's Carbon Poles are stiff , light, and have a great swing weight (the heaviest part is closest to your hand). Another key feature is the sensible and comfortable strap. I haven't seen any better anywhere at any price." * Standard Features: * 100% Carbon * DUOLOCK (TM) adjusting mechanism * STOP LOCK braking system * EVA Foam Grip * KOMPERDELL neoprene strap * AIRSHOCK (TM) cushioning system only in some models * Tungsten / carbide flex-tip.

- ULA-Equipment.com

Komperdell Men's C3 Duolock Poles

previously retailed for:
$79.95 - $149.95

The Komperdell Men's C3 Duolock Poles is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 17, 2013 at SunnySports.

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