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Xc s Poles 120 Adult Cross-Country Ski Poles
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Xc s Poles 120 Adult Cross-Country Ski Poles

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Xc s Poles 120 Adult Cross-Country Ski Poles

$30.00
  • Xc s Poles 120 Adult Cross-Country Ski Poles
  • Xc s Poles 120 Adult Cross-Country Ski Poles
  • Xc s Poles 120 Adult Cross-Country Ski Poles
  • Xc s Poles 120 Adult Cross-Country Ski Poles
  • Xc s Poles 120 Adult Cross-Country Ski Poles
Xc s Poles 120 Adult Cross-Country Ski Poles
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Our team has designed these poles for occasional low-intensity cross-country skiing.

BENEFITS

Ergonomic grip

Soft plastic handle with comfortable wrist strap with neoprene lining

Lightweight

460 g per pair in 150 cm.

Rigidity

100% 7075 aluminum tube.

Stability

Large basket for better lift in powder.

Anatomic design

skating = your height x 0.89 (+/- 2") / classic = your height x 0.84 (+/- 2").

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

How to choose your pole length for skating?

The choice of pole is very important for cross-country skiing. If it is too short or too long you will have a lot of difficulty skiing properly.

For skating technique:
They should be long to maximize your push
There are two ways to calculate the length:
Length of skating poles = Skier's shoulder
or
Length of skating poles = Skier's height x 0.89
The length of the poles will also depend on the skier's physical attributes.

How to choose your pole length for classic skiing?

For classic technique:
Alternative (or classic) cross-country ski poles are slightly smaller.
Length of poles = Skier's armpit
or
Length of poles = Skier's height x 0.83
Once again, the length of the poles will also depend on the skier's physical attributes.

How to choose your pole?

Aluminum poles are solid, heavy, and inexpensive - ideal for beginners.

Fibreglass poles are more lightweight and fragile and should only be used on slopes.

Carbon fibre poles and those with other very lightweight materials are durable and stiff.