M Komperdell Featherlight Carbon Trekking Pole REVIEW
by Carol Crooker
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If you are hesitant about making the move to a fixed length carbon pole, the Komperdell Featherlight Carbon trekking poles are just the ticket. They have all the features and performance of a "regular" trekking pole - stiff, contoured grip, tapered shaft, wrist strap and carbide tip - except the weight (4.3 oz for 120 cm length). And, at about $100, they are among the least expensive carbon poles. One catch - plan on leaving the baskets on once you install them.
- What's Good
- What's Not So Good
- Specifications: Year/Model, Style , Shaft Material, Tips, Grips, Grip Size, Weight Per Pole, Pole Length, Baskets Included?, Basket Type, MSRP
- TABLE: Compatibility With Trekking Pole Shelters
- What's Unique
- Recommendations for Improvement
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