Komperdell Titanal Powerlock III Trekking Poles

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Komperdell Titanal Power Lock Trekking poles provide extra stability on the trail. One of the strongest aluminum alloys around, the mechanical properties of Titanal are comparable to steel-with only a third of the weight. Titanal is strong, lightweight and highly resistant to abrasion and corrosion. 3-section design lets you adjust pole length from 41 - 55 in. for varied terrain. Power Lock external locking system lets you quickly adjust pole length. Contour grips are made of foam for light weight and sweat-absorbing properties. Padded straps help eliminate discomfort caused by buckles and prevent skin irritation on the wrist and the back of your hand. Includes trekking baskets and vario tungsten carbide tips. Closeout.

- REI

CLOSEOUTS . Ideal for winter hiking, these Komperdell Titanal trekking poles incorporate a Powerlock system for easy height adjustment, even with gloves on. A sturdy aluminum alloy build helps maintain balance and footing on tough, slippery terrain. EVA foam grips Tungsten carbide flex tips Wrist straps Extended: 56” Collapsed: 33” Weight: 1 lb. pr. Sold as a pair By Komperdell of Austria CLOSEOUTS . Austria

- Sierra Trading Post

Komperdell Titanal Powerlock III Trekking Poles

Discontinued

The Titanal Powerlock III Trekking Poles has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$84.73 - $89.95

The Komperdell Titanal Powerlock III Trekking Poles is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 4, 2013 at REI.

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