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Scott Team Issue Ski Poles

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    • Orange, 130cm
      sale $59.97
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      sale $44.97
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      sale $59.97
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    Tech Specs

    Shaft:
    S4 aluminum alloy
    Length:
    110-135cm
    Grip:
    notch
    Strap:
    SRS
    Tip:
    carbon diamond
    Included Baskets:
    powder
    Recommended Use:
    sking
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    2 year limited

    Team Issue Ski Poles

    Pole plant with confidence when you have the Scott Team Issue Ski Poles securely in your hands. The durable aluminum alloy shaft holds up to wear, and the hand-friendly notch grip feels comfortable and secure. Scott's S.R.S strap releases from the grip under tension for enhanced safety during a fall, while the carbon diamond tip precisely penetrates firm snow and ice.

    • All-around ski pole for everyday shredding
    • Durable aluminum alloy shaft withstands wear
    • Notch grip for comfort
    • Strap releases under tension for safer falls
    • Carbon diamond tip works well on firm snow or ice

    Lightweight, Strong, Safe Poles

      These are sweet poles! I had no issues with them, as I'm re-learning to ski. Super lightweight, and felt strong and durable.
      The only thing is, I would size down next time. I am a bit over 5'10, got the 135cm. Next time as a beginner I would prefer slightly shorter poles, at 130cm.
      Luckily I didn't have to test out the quick release feature, but it's a good peace of mind to know that it exists! Ski tech has come a long way since I skiied as a kid, and these are no exception!

      originals were better

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      maybe its just me but. i had a pair of green team issue poles that i had purchased about 11 years ago that were just far superior and were the same price. the straps didnt freeze like these do, and my most important the paint never used to chip like it does on these, im losing much larger chips of paint than i ever have before. I do like the feature of the strap that is able to come off if it gets hung up. But paint job and overall grip went down hill since the OG team poll.

      Aluminum Poles

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Nice poles. The aluminum alloy feels lightweight but strong and the wrist straps are easily adjustable and will release if needed to help prevent injuries in unexpected falls. Notch grip is comfortable to hold. Great to use all over the mountain.

      Great Poles!

        These are some very strong and solid ski poles. If you are looking for cheap good poles these are a great option. I am about 6 ft tall and got the 120cm length and found them to be a good size. A great all around resort ski pole!

        Good Stuff

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        These poles are solid, strong, and stylish. The ergonomic handle offers a good gripping point, and the straps offer the protection you need to keep your poles with you all day. The S.R.S strap release system offers the safety you need in an emergency by releasing from the grip under tension.

        Solid Resort Poles

          The Scott Team issue ski poles were perfect for resort skiing. Nice and light with a great handle.

          Awesome poles!

          • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

          These poles were sweet in the resort, I used the smaller baskets, apparently they're "racing," but they worked perfectly. They had a good weight as well, they're not the lightest but I used them on my first day skiing in 10 years and it helped me with my balance for sure.

          Awesome In Bounds Pole

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          These are a great resort option. They feel sturdy for aluminum, and the grips feel nice. The straps are easy to get in to, even in the bulkiest gloves. On top of that they have a safety feature to release in a wreck, which gives some fantastic piece of mind. After renting these, I am dead set on making them a part of my kit,

          Ergonomical

          • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

          Only got to use these once and am impressed to say the least, but what I like most about the poles is how easily you can get into the strap. While keeping a thumb out if you happen to take a spill, it won't get caught underneath you and cause any unwanted injuries.

          Does a great job of warding off tree branches too.

          Awesome poles

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I bought these poles to replace my soul poles, broken parts and a serious lack of part availability made me want to step up my game. The Scott team issues have been amazing. They come with two size baskets and have a very user friendly strap system. I wish I had these years ago, they will likely be a part of my set up for years to come

          Solid Pole

          • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

          These poles are nice and light and durable. I haven't needed it yet, but it's nice to know I have the quick release straps in case of any tomahawks so I don't impale myself.

          Dope Pole

            These poles look and feel great. I definitely feel safer with the quick release strap, as my last ski pole injured me due to a non-releasing strap. Solid pole choice, would recommend

            SRS- big thumbs up (literally)

            • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

            The SRS system is the quick release system. I am one of those skiers whom every time I fall I get a bit of "skiers thumb" a re-occurring thumb injury. Luckily I don't get that now because these straps release on this pole when you crash.

            Lifetime Investment

              You'll never need another pole for your skiing career! I love my Team Issues. They have numerous color combos to choose from, super light to ski with, and have an awesome grip. Plus you can't beat the price for the quality you're getting.

              Solid reliable pole

                Scott has been in the pole game since the beginning and it shows in the Team Issue Pole. Super strong light shaft. Safety release strap, and 2 different diameter baskets. Worth the initial investment for a pole you’ll own longer than your current car.

                Scott SRS Strap In Action

                • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

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