Pushing the Boundaries

Komperdell Explorer hiking poles

Hiking and trekking can be the ultimate calorie buster and are good for the soul as well as the heart and pushing your own personal boundaries.

But many people are put off by the fear of falling or injuring themselves and can’t get that all important rhythm going which is what’s needed to make the most of all that effort.

By using specialist poles to help with co-ordination and movement, the outdoor enthusiast can soon get up to speed and enjoy adventures while feeling comfortable and safe on their travels.

Austrian experts Komperdell have used many years of experience to design, produce and tweak the best poles and the firm is constantly updating to ensure it is top of its field.

The latest poles on the marker are the Explorer Series (£129.95) which have pushed the boundaries in terms of design and produced many firsts.

Used by many of the world’s top athletes in their field, the poles are a must for those serious to get outdoors and boost their fitness.

The self-deploying pole is one of the lightest on the market with the cloud series, 40 per cent less than rivals and at the forefront of technology.

Komperdell super light explorer poles

The length-adjustable poles are made of robust aluminium, making them extremely strong and durable. They have an extended soft, lightweight cork grip zone for ease of use and comfort on different terrains.

Due to the Vario basket changing system, the pole can be equipped with winter baskets and be used for snowshoe tours or for splitboarding in winter.

The Explorer Compact packs down to 57cm and weighs 229g adjusting from 90cm to 120cm and the Explorer Contour folds up to 65m and weighs 245g, adjusting from 105cm to 140cm.

Both sets of poles can be reduced to an easy carry size and are the perfect all-rounders for hiking in summer, as well as ski touring and splitboarding in the winter.

Komerpdell, which was founded in 1922, also offers a no questions asked, speedy and free 3 year repair service for all its touring and trekking poles.

For more information on their products and pricing, please visit: www.komperdell.com.

Author Bio:

Rebecca Hay is an experienced travel writer and member of The British Guild of Travel Writers. Follow her adventures with her family on Twitter and Instagram @emojiadventurer and on Facebook via EmojiAdventurers2.

Photographs courtesy of Komperdell

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