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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by IBProfen from Hither and Yon on Tuesday, June 19, 2018
    Easy to adjust and a top brand at the absolute right price on STPost.

    I have hiked all over the lower 48, Alaska and a few other countries. I’m not a fan of poles, but want to try these out. Glacier-mumblings and alpine ascents notwithstanding, I am pole-loathe. So this was a great brand and a great price to see if I can save some knee as I wander along.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by IBProfen from Hither and Yon on Tuesday, June 19, 2018
    Easy to adjust and a top brand at the absolute right price on STPost.

    I have hiked all over the lower 48, Alaska and a few other countries. I’m not a fan of poles, but want to try these out. Glacier-mumblings and alpine ascents notwithstanding, I am pole-loathe. So this was a great brand and a great price to see if I can save some knee as I wander along.
  • Reviewed by wanderweg from Colorado on Wednesday, June 13, 2018
    For the past year, I suffered from osteoarthritis in my hip. I still wanted to walk with my dogs as much as possible. This cane made that possible for me. Now I'm post-op, it's still helping me not just to walk (though that's its big gift) but also to balance, put on my shorts and to pick up things! I can't wait to take it out on some real trails -- somehow I feel that will be kind of a reward for it.

    The height adjustments are the twist type -- which has never been my favorite -- but on this pole they work, stay firm and adjust easily. Believe me, if you need a lightweight, adjustable, strong cane, this is a very good choice.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by JAR & AER from California on Wednesday, June 6, 2018
    The Komperdell Trekking Poles arrived, in good order. My husband and I have purchased Komperdell Trekking Poles, from Sierra Trading Post, for many years. They are excellent, an Sierra TP is a very dependable source. We have used the poles, all over the world. My husband uses one, on a daily bases, for balance, related to neuropathy.

    Just wish Sierra would restock the rubber tip-covers!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Cain the Hiker from Arkansas on Wednesday, May 23, 2018
    I got this because I have random foot and ankle pain. I usually use a hiking pole when hiking, but I believe this will provide me with more stability on days of higher pain.
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