Reviewed by draves67 from Illinois on Wednesday, September 19, 2012
If you are going to use your trek pole on cement, rock, hardwood floors, or any other hard surface you need the rubber boot. The carbide tip is noisy and will slip on surfaces it cannot penetrate, on a indoor floor it will cut into wood and scratch tile so beware. You will need to get three small w...
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Reviewed by Randy from Willamette Valley, Oregon on Friday, July 3, 2015
If you use your sticks, you will lose a tip. Some people don't care, but they do help with shock and grip on hard surfaces. STP prices are hard to beat and why not add a pair. They fit in your pack, camera bag, etc. Thus, you will have them when you need them and will be able to find them. I never give five star ratings, because these are products made by imperfect beings and I don't know of anything we make that is perfect.
Reviewed by Sonoran Hiker from Arizona on Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Unfortunately, these tips do not employ the metal inner washer that newer tips use. To prevent the carbide tip from quickly eating through these rubber tips, locating and fitting a steel washer that is a close fit on the carbide tip, may give these tips some added life.
Reviewed by The Hiking Engineer from Indiana on Friday, December 5, 2014
I purchased new Komperdell trekking poles for my son and automatically bought these tips to go along with them. I (as well as 2 other hiking friends) purchased Komperdell poles from Sierra Trading post about 17 years ago, have used them on some of the most challenging bckpacking terrain in America and still use the same poles. A year after the initial purchase I bought these tips to use on paved areas and to cover the tips while the poles were packed. I still use the same tip covers.
I use them on my Komperdell Walker Antishock UL. Looking at their tips and that of the Komperdell-Carbon-Approach-Vario-4-Compact-Trekking-Poles, the tips should work both poles appear to have the same taper carbide tips.
Answered on 1/9/2015 7:11:35 PM by The Bike Doc from Corpus Christi
Do not know. If these poles have a 7 mm tip, then yes.
Answered on 1/10/2015 2:16:11 PM by FSYMP from Chicago
Answered on 12/19/2013 10:43:59 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
I'm not familiar with Komperdell Poles 4237C However, these tips have a 3/8 inch opening and are 1 1/2 inch long. They fit my German Walking Poles perfectly..... after being very snug when I was replacing the tips. Thick rubber or whatever material they're made of insure a long life.
Answered on 12/20/2013 11:03:22 AM by msvirg from California