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Scott X Plor 2-Part 16 Adjustable Ski Poles 2013

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Product Info

For freeride mountaineers the Scott X Plor 2-Part 16 Adjustable Ski Pole offers a 3M Gripping Zone for comfort and performance while ascending those rigorous mountains. The ability to adjust the length of the pole from 78-140 cm is perfect for any height, and also for quick adjustments on the go.

Product Details

Shaft

S4 Aluminum Alloy Shaft - Constructed with the strongest commercially available, aircraft-grade aluminum alloy to create a pole twice as strong as the industry average

16 mm upper, 14 mm lower shaft diameter

Adjustability

Adjusts from 78-140 cm in length

Grip

3M Gripping Zone

P-Core Grip - Injection molded, soft thermoplastic rubber, significantly increasing your grip on the pole

Strap

Re-Entry Strap EyeletFast and easy adjustment buckling system

Basket

Powder BasketThis is designed to excel in traversing situations and pushing deep snow. The basket is 90 mm in diameter and has holes strategically placed for everyday comfort.

Tip

Carbon-Diamond Tip - Containing equal parts of tungsten and carbon making it three times stiffer then steel

Specs

  • Material: Aluminum

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Scott X Plor 2-Part 16 Adjustable Ski Poles 2013
 
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4.0

Haven't bent or broken yet

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Ergonomic Grip
  • Good Stiffness
  • Great Lock Mechanism
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Expensive

Best Uses

  • Alpine
  • Backcountry touring
  • Powder

Comments about Scott X Plor 2-Part 16 Adjustable Ski Poles 2013:

After breaking and bending lesser poles on a regular basis I decided to spend the $ on the Scotts. So far they seem very durable. As a bonus the length adjustment lock is super solid and easy to use even with gloves on. Grips and straps and comfortable as well. Only down side so far is that the plain black color is sort of boring.

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