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Komperdell Carbon Bamboo

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Some poor panda was probably playing with the bamboo that you're now using on the Liberty Retro Light Bamboo Poles. Naw, just kidding--Liberty made sure all pandas are super stoked on these poles. Besides, bamboo grows really fast. So, the shaft of the pole is made with bamboo, and the shaft's core uses carbon to keep the pole light and durable. Both the grip and strap are really durable too, but they are made out of leather, so now we're out of the panda animal territory. The fat basket and tungsten and carbide tip make this pole an excellent companion to gobble all the powder up at the ski resort before the tourists wake up.

- Backcountry.com

Featuring an eye-pleasing bamboo veneer, the Komperdell Carbon Bamboo ski poles offer lightweight performance on the slopes. Carbon-fiber construction offers featherweight performance, and bamboo reinforcements enhance durability and looks. The Komperdell Carbon Bamboo ski poles feature a leather grip and leather straps that offer a stylish look and a soft feel in the hand. Race basket is designed for packed snow, and tungsten carbide flex tip offers reliable purchase on hardpack.

- REI

Komperdell Carbon Bamboo

currently retails for:
$65.42 - $135.96

The Komperdell Carbon Bamboo is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 18, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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