"I have been Nordic walking for a while, finding tips that are robust, sturdy but also hard wearing has always been a challenge, until now. These are good value as well as easy to store (it comes with"... (read full reviews)
"Lightweight so that using them doesn't strain your shoulders, and if "packing them" doesn't add weight to your pack. Collapse to a perfect length to fit into a pack. Handles and straps are"... (read full reviews)
"My girlfriend and I used these poles last weekend up in Manning Park for a 3 day backpacking trip. We had no problems or issues arise. The grips felt good, with simple straps that adjust easily. They"... (read full reviews)
"This pole caps fit snug and protect the pole tips on my black diamond poles very well. I actually bought them to protect the inside of my snowshoe bag from the pole tips and they do the job very"... (read full reviews)
"Pole is sturdy and light. The only problem is with the locking holes that have sharp edges. The sharp burrs should be sanded down at the factory before painting. It's possible to cut your hand if the"... (read full reviews)
"These are really nice, light poles. I do some very long trail running races and have carried these poles in my hands for over 24 hours on a number of occasions, and they have performed very well for"... (read full reviews)
"I bought these poles along with a set of msr evo 22's they've world great and are very easy to adjust in size.
The real test is when I took them with me xcountry skiing this weekend I had them maxed"... (read full reviews)
"These rubber protectors have an excellent grip on rock, and are quiet on hard surfaces. They push on and pull off easily. If you don't want to loose them in soft ground wind a few turns of electrical"... (read full reviews)
"The poles were designed to stabilise (and at worse prevent falls) and prevent strain on the knees, and I would not trust with either.
I extended the pole a little with room to spare to descend a"... (read full reviews)
"I have never hiked with trekking poles before and since I was headed out to the WCT I decided I needed to try them out. These poles were suggested to me by a staff member, and I could not be happier."... (read full reviews)
"These aren't bad little poles for some one that does a average amount of hiking. For any one that does a lot of hiking each year i would recommend buying a higher end Komperdell pole. Basically"... (read full reviews)
"These poles are well made and totally reliable. I've used them for snowshoeing for past two seasons and I am very pleased with their performance. The flex feature is an asset. I'm 6' and 200lbs, and"... (read full reviews)
"Fell twice as the locking mechanism fully opened twice. Not sure if it was a tree branch or clothing snag. Lent the poles to a friend for a day and they mentioned the same thing the mechanism opened"... (read full reviews)
"Just got these as a second pair. Been using the older models for years. Logged countless miles on these poles and they work flawlessly. The new poles seem to be a step up.
To the guy who lost a"... (read full reviews)
"I bought these and ended up returning them before even using them. The pair I bought had a faulty twist lock. I was unable to lock the poles after adjusting them to the right height.
After returning"... (read full reviews)
"I have used trekking poles for trail and off trail hiking in the Rockies since 1996. Prior to making this purchase my wife and I have owned 7 sets of Komperdell poles since 2000. In 2010 I switched to"... (read full reviews)