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Retailers' Descriptions

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No matter where you're hiking, or what time of year it may be, the Komperdell Mountaineer Titanal Powerlock trekking poles are guaranteed to make the trek even more enjoyable.. . . . Lightweight, two-section trekking poles made from Titanal, one of the strongest aluminum alloys on the market~ Comparable to steel, with only a third of the weight~ Highly resistant to abrasion and corrosion. Power Lock II adjustment system is Komperdell's strongest and safest, offering 90% more holding force than the original Power Lock system. EVA foam grips are lightweight, comfortable, and ensure a secure grip. Carbide tips offer secure traction on any terrain, including ice and wet rock. Includes 3.5 in. snow baskets. Made in Austria.

- EMS refers to the men's version

CLOSEOUTS . Komperdell Titanal Powerlock trekking poles reduce stress on joints, improve balance and add power on uphill hikes. The power-locking mechanism gets your poles adjusted quickly, easily and securely.

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version

Ideal for nordic touring, the Men's Titanal Power Lock Trekking/ Touring Poles from Komperdell feature a Powerlock mechanism that's easy to adjust even when wearing gloves.

- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version

Komperdell Powerlock Titanal

Discontinued

The Powerlock Titanal has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$48.97 - $120.79

The Komperdell Powerlock Titanal is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 2, 2017 at EMS.

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