Mar 26

Cork Grips or Rubber?


…on my trekking poles.

Cork, naturally. Although they’re a bit more expensive, they feel soooooo nice. Cork grips tend to be drier than plastic and rubber; they feel warm in cool weather and cool when it’s hot. They don’t get slippery either. Yum.

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