Komperdell Rubber Tips for Walking Poles in Asst
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Komperdell Rubber Tips for Walking Poles

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Verified Buyer 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... Read More
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Information about Komperdell Rubber Tips for Walking Poles
Closeouts. Rubber tips from Komperdell of Austria convert your walking pole into a cane on sidewalks and smooth surfaces -- and also protect your pole tips en route to the trailhead.
  • Komperdell poles stabilize footing, relieve joint pressure, ease back strain and help conserve energy
  • By Komperdell of Austria
  • Sold as a pair
  • Made in Austria Austria
  • Colors and graphics vary but all features remain unchanged
  • Visit our Hiking Guide
Specs about Komperdell Rubber Tips for Walking Poles
  • Basket type: Trekking
  • Weight: 0.8 oz.
  • Recommended use: Hiking/trekking
  • Made in Austria Austria
  • Colors and graphics vary but all features remain unchanged
  • Visit our Hiking Guide

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Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Verified Buyer 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... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Amateur hiker from Kentucky on Wednesday, March 26, 2014
    These tips fit the Komperdell walking poles well. Needed the tips for rocks, or street walking. Highly recommend.
  • Reviewed by Hiker Girl from Southern Utah on Monday, February 24, 2014
    I bought my poles about 15 years ago. One of the reviews I read, said the caps are better suited for the older Kompedell poles. That comment gave me assurance to order them. In fact, I ordered 2 sets. However, the rubber tips were too big on my Komperdell poles.I ended up Krazy gluing them in place. Have not yet used them to see how they will hole up, and don't know what I will do once I need new rubber tips on them. I guess I will just have to cross that bridge when I get to it. That is why I gave the rating of 3, not higher.
    On a more positive note, I have 2 other sets of hiking poles(cheap ones from Walmart) and the tips fit them well. It takes a bit of effort to pull the rubbertips off and put them back on, but not much of a problem. Any looser, and I will end up losing them somewhere. That is why I gave them the rating of 3 and not lower.
    I used metal "nuts" inside both sets of the rubber tips to prevent the pole tips from cutting through the rubber. That was a great advice from another reviewer. Thanks to whoever wrote that review.
  • Reviewed by Hiker Girl from Southern Utah on Monday, February 24, 2014
    I bought my poles about 15 years ago. One of the reviews I read, said the caps are better suited for the older Kompedell poles. That comment gave me assurance to order them. In fact, I ordered 2 sets. However, the rubber tips were too big on my Komperdell poles.I ended up Krazy gluing them in place. Have not yet used them to see how they will hole up, and don't know what I will do once I need new rubber tips on them. I guess I will just have to cross that bridge when I get to it. That is why I gave the rating of 3, not higher.
    On a more positive note, I have 2 other sets of hiking poles(cheap ones from Walmart) and the tips fit them well. It takes a bit of effort to pull the rubbertips off and put them back on, but not much of a problem. Any looser, and I will end up losing them somewhere. That is why I gave them the rating of 3 and not lower.
    I used metal "nuts" inside both sets of the rubber tips to prevent the pole tips from cutting through the rubber. That was a great advise from another reviewer. Thanks to whoever wrote that review.
  • Reviewed by Hiker Girl from Southern Utah on Monday, February 24, 2014
    I bought my poles about 15 years ago. One of the reviews I read, said the caps are better suited for the older Kompedell poles. That comment gave me assurance to order them. In fact, I ordered 2 sets. However, the rubber tips were too big on my Komperdell poles.I ended up Krazy gluing them in place. Have not yet used them to see how they will hole up, and don't know what I will do once I need new rubber tips on them. I guess I will just have to cross that bridge when I get to it. That is why I gave the rating of 3, not higher.
    On a more positive note, I have 2 other sets of hiking poles(cheap ones from Walmart) and the tips fit them well. It takes a bit of effort to pull the rubbertips off and put them back on, but not much of a problem. Any looser, and I will end up losing them somewhere.
    That is why I gave them the rating of 3 and not lower.
    I used metal "nuts" inside both sets of the rubber tips to prevent the pole tips from cutting through the rubber. That was a great advise from another reviewer. Thanks to whoever wrote that review.
  • Reviewed by musedoc from Tenneessee on Wednesday, February 19, 2014
    Fit tight and work great, am trying to get into shape for the Camino and have to walk on too many paved roads, these should help.

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