Komperdell Vibrastop Titanal Somo Poles

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The Komperdell Vibrastop Titanal Somo Pole gives you more stability during summer hikes to reduce fatigue and avoid slip-and-falls.

- Backcountry.com

The Komperdell Vibra Stop Titanal trekking poles help reduce stress on hands to keep you comfortable while conquering trails. Titanal is one of the strongest aluminum alloys around and is 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 26.75 to 55 inches for varied terrain. Unique Vibrastop vibration-absorbing system reduces vibrations by up to 98% when planting the pole. Insulated contour grip is constructed from EVA-foam for its lightweight and sweat-absorbing properties. Extended grip forms an additional grip zone making it possible to hold the pole shorter on traverses or steep slopes without adjusting the length. Neoprene-padded compact strap eliminates discomfort caused by buckles and prevents skin irritation of the wrist and the back of your hand. Quick-release baskets can be changed with the twist of the wrist; remove trekking baskets and add snow baskets (not included) for winter hiking. Tungsten carbide tips offer long-lasting wear and durability. Overstock.


Komperdell Vibrastop Titanal Somo Poles

previously retailed for:
$84.98 - $94.93

The Komperdell Vibrastop Titanal Somo Poles is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 6, 2012 at Backcountry.com.

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