List of products by manufacturer KOHLA

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$135.53
The updated Peak (Mixmohair 120 mm) line was developed for everyday use and has its focus on the balanced combination of excellent grip conditions and selected gliding.

$145.21
The updated Peak (Mixmohair 135 mm) line was developed for everyday use and has its focus on the balanced combination of excellent grip conditions and selected gliding.

$28.58
The updated Peak (Mixmohair 120 mm) line was developed for everyday use and has its focus on the balanced combination of excellent grip conditions and selected gliding. 

$174.27
Alpinist seal skin is the innovative waterproof skin developed by Kohla.

$154.90
Freeride by Kohla is the innovative waterproof leather developed for freshly groomed slopes, fresh snow or a mixture of both

$19.28 $17.16
The impregnation of the skin improves its gliding properties without harming the environment: Dry Climb is solvent-free, free of fluorocarbon, and biodegradable.

$15.40
Kohla Vacuum Base cleaner is a special soap mixture for cleaning and activating your KOHLA skins. Only an adherent layer free of residue can guarantee full function.

$6.68
The rivets set contains top and bottom parts (10 pairs).
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KOHLA

The Kohla company was established in 1932 by Max Kohla in Innsbruck. Even then, it was clear that its main focus would be on mountaineering products "made in Tyrol".

Products for mountaineers Made in Tyrol



The Kohla company was established in 1932 by Max Kohla in Innsbruck. Even then, it was clear that its main focus would be on mountaineering products "made in Tyrol".


The headquarters' location in the heart of the Alps laid the foundation for the first products: Backpacks, poles, and hunting equpiment were the first items produced in Tyrol by Max Kohla KG. After several years of development, the first backpacks made of nylon were produced, and the use of aluminum revolutionized the construction of poles. In the 1970s, these innovations made the brand "Kohla" the epitome of mountaineering. Kohla did not only develop its own specific products, but also sold custom models to renowned manufacturers. At the end of the 1970s, the first telescope poles made of aluminum were introduced to the market. This means that, not only do we have plenty of experience in the construction of poles, but we also have been producing telescope poles in Tyrol in a quality-conscious manner for over 40 years.

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