Komperdell Peak Pro Vario Backcountry Ski Poles - Adjustable, Pair

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About Komperdell Peak Pro Vario Backcountry Ski Poles - Adjustable, Pair

Closeouts. Ideal for backcountry skiers, snowshoers, and wintertime enthusiasts of all ilk, Komperdell's Peak Pro Vario backcountry ski poles have a two-section design with a twist-lock mechanism and aluminum shafts.

Specs about Komperdell Peak Pro Vario Backcountry Ski Poles - Adjustable, Pair

  • Number of sections: 2
  • Lock mechanism: Twist
  • Length: 43" (110cm) to 53" (135cm)
  • Basket type: Snow
  • Tip material: Steel
  • Shaft material: Aluminum
  • Handle material: Composite
  • Weight: 1 lb.
  • Recommended use: Alpine skiing
  • Made in Austria
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Reviewed by Grizfis from Boulder, CO on Thursday, January 9, 2014
I decided to go for an adjustable pole for my daughter who is now 10 years old. The kids adjustable poles are maxing out at 110 CM which is where this one starts and where my daughter is now.

I was a little worried about weight being more than a regular pole or the grips being to big for a 10 ... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Grizfis from Boulder, CO on Thursday, January 9, 2014
    I decided to go for an adjustable pole for my daughter who is now 10 years old. The kids adjustable poles are maxing out at 110 CM which is where this one starts and where my daughter is now.

    I was a little worried about weight being more than a regular pole or the grips being to big for a 10 year old, but in both cases they work fine.

    Also, the twist lock is nice in that it doesn't stick out.

    I will note that for a "backcountry" ski pole, I would think that they would come with powder baskets but they come with baskets more appropriate for piste skiing. That's fine for my daughter who doesn't see much powder, but something to consider for any of you true back country skiers.

    They could be used as hiking poles in the summer, but I haven't had the opportunity to try them like that.

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