About Komperdell Trailmaster Cork Trekking Poles - Power Lock, Pair
Closeouts. Improve stability and enhance power with Komperdell Trailmaster cork trekking poles. The extra-strong aluminum alloy shafts and form-fitting cork grips will help the miles float by.
Specs about Komperdell Trailmaster Cork Trekking Poles - Power Lock, Pair
- Number of sections: 3
- Lock mechanism: Power Lock II
- Length: 27-1/2" (70cm) to 55" (140cm)
- Basket type: Trekking
- Tip material: Tungsten-carbide
- Shaft material: 7075 aluminum alloy
- Handle material: Cork
- Weight: 1 lb. 4 oz.
- Recommended use: Hiking/trekking
- Made in Austria
- Colors and graphics vary but all features remain unchanged
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by KnoxDave from Knoxville TN on Monday, April 13, 2015I was looking for a set of trekking poles with cork handles, this type of locking mechanism and lightweight. I just recently used these polls on a hike to the top of Mount Lecont in the Smoky Mountains. It was about a 12 mile round trip hike with some pretty rough terrain and steep elevation climbs and decents. These polls performed admirably – they were very lightweight and they never gave way. Exactly what I was looking for – can't imagine a better pair for the price. Another great product – thanks sierra trading company!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Declan from New York City on Monday, March 23, 2015Got these for a trekking trip to Patagonia to replace a pair of poles I bought years ago but seem to have misplaced. After some research these seemed every bit as good as the top-rated Black Diamond models, yet less expensive.
Worked great. I went with aluminum having decided the extra ounces was not worth risking a pole snapping under pressure.
Quick adjust mechanics solid.
Adjustment of handle straps took a little getting used to but worked fine.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by INDY from Indiana on Monday, March 16, 2015Light weight, easy adjustment, have good legible markings for adjusting to your proper height. These collapse very short. Only drawback is that the wrist straps are not padded at all.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by JAM Day Hiker from New York on Monday, February 23, 2015Pleasantly surprised by the deep red color. Love the cork handles too. Seems durable, but lightweight. Much softer and more comfortable than the plastic grips. My last pair of poles had the old style twist lock which as it got older never seemed to say in place, so I am hopeful with this pair. I will use it snowshoeing (comes with baskets) as well as hiking in the warmer weather.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Dwayne from California on Saturday, February 21, 2015No color choice on these, and mine came in bight red. They'll be hard to misplace and hey... I'm not trying to impress anyone on the trail anyway. Well made, light and I'm sure they'll last for years. If you're not worried about color coordinating your wilderness ensemble, go or it!!
Question & Answer
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I received a red pair in February, but it was sold as assorted, so I wouldn't put too much stock in that.
The poles I received were red/metal (top segment) and metal for the lower segments.
I got mine in mid-January and they were the red and silver ones. I don't think they are too bright as some reviewers said -- it's not a bright red or anything.
The ones that were shipped to me last December were a dark red and silver.
I sent a question and accidentally hit send. The auto correct made my question unclear. I actually intended to type does the asst mean that the color is picked for you?
This item is as shown in the picture. It is listed as asst because it is multi-colored, and the manufacturer does not give a specific color name.
“Hi. I just received Komprdell Trailmaster Cork Trekking Poles as a gift. What is the black "ring", somewhat like a rubber band or a gasket, to be used for, or is that just packaging.
I think it is just packaging. I opened mine and threw it away. However I have not used the poles yet except for around the house.