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Komperdell created the C3 Carbon Compact Power Lock Trekking Poles so petite men and women have the same access to top-shelf technology without having to struggle with oversized, heavier men's poles. Enjoy the stability and support of these super-light poles on your next trek; since they collapse down to a highly portable size, you can take them to any trail, near or far.

  • Three-part shaft features carbon with diameters of 16, 14, and 12mm
  • Power Lock II technology features an easy, fast, glove-friendly clamp that allows custom adjustment
  • Extends from 24 to 49 inches to accommodate adventurers of all sizes as well as varying terrain
  • Three-section design collapses into a compact size for easy packing
  • Comfortable EVA foam grip and neoprene-padded strap ensure comfort over long hikes
  • Tungsten and carbide flex tips are tough enough to take miles and miles of abuse

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5 5

Great hiking poles

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

We just returned from 2 weeks in Patagonia where we used our hiking poles almost every day. I was worried that they might not be strong enough, but they are incredibly strong and took such a beating with the varied terrain we hiked in. They're so easy to set and collapse, and extremely comfortable and tough. Not to mention easy to pack in suitcase or daypack. We love these poles

Great hiking poles
5 5

great for travel

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Lightweight, easy to pack and easy to assemble, break down. Did I say lightweight? Used in the Andes of Peru, great function, sturdy, non metal tipped, (lots of ruins prevent usage of poles with metal tips), better than others I have used over the years.