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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Trekking pole made from 100% carbon making it lighter, slimmer, yet still strong. An EVA-Full-Foam grip with 8 degree corrective angle to provide wrist relief. Features a duolock adjusting mechanism, airshock cushioning system, and a Vario-trekking basket and Tungsten/Carbide Flex Tip. Includes a neoprene compact strap. Men's: Packed size: 72cm, Extended Length: 140cm. Women's: Packed size: 64cm, Extended Length: 125cm.

- Vargo Outdoors refers to the men's version

The lighter a trekking pole, the betterwhich makes the Komperdell Carbon Airshock Men's Trekking Pole one of the best poles available. This ultralight all-carbon pole conserves your energy on long hikes over demanding terrain, improves stability and safety, and lessens strain on your knees and other joints, particularly on descents.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

The Men's Carbon Airshock Trekking Poles from Komperdell are lightweight carbon poles that feature an AIRSHOCK Absorption System that dampens shock when pole planting or reaching. This ultralight all-carbon pole conserves your energy on long hikes over demanding terrain, improves stability and safety, and lessens strain on your knees and other joints, particularly on descents.

- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version

Komperdell Carbon Airshock

Discontinued

The Carbon Airshock has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$132.95 - $179.95

The Komperdell Carbon Airshock is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 13, 2014 at Gear for Adventure.

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