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Got butter fingers?
Line's Grip Stick Ski Poles give a good grip so you don't spear another skier the next time you twist off a kicker. Their Contoured Snake Grips coil rubber around the lightweight aluminum shaft, and there are Set it and Forget it straps even if you let the poles go. There are smaller and larger sets of ScrewOff! baskets for powder or groomer conditions, and Line claims that the Pointy tips are sharp enough to stab watermelons.
- Aluminum poles
- Contoured Snake Grips
- Set it and Forget it straps
- Two sets of ScrewOff! baskets
- Pointy tips
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Haven't been able to use them yet, but they feel very solid and will last for awhile. the colors look insane on these and I feel like I'll be getting compliments on them this winter.
Pretty standard ski poles
I purchased these to replace a pair of BD traverse poles for use in the backcountry. Overall pretty pleased with them, no real complaints. Adjustability and weight will lead me back to the traverse poles eventually
Here I go!
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
I was looking for a pair that could handle a variety of ski situations for a causal to intermediate downhill skier. I purchased these online without first seeing them in person after a recommendation. After unpacking the poles, I know they will be perfect for me!
Super lightweight, great grip on the handles, and affordable! Also love the neon orange color-way that Line offers
Best ski poles
Se los. Compre a mi novio, al parecer le encantan.
line snake grip
The pole is strong for use as a tool in the back country. The hand grips feel real solid and the strap works perfect, it stays open so you can get a bulky glove thru it. The spin on powder basket worked killer in the deep stuff,