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Line Dart
$26.73 - 64.95 (-27%)
Line Pin Poles
$32.95 - 54.95 (18%)
K2 Comp Pole
$29.98 - 59.99 (-19%)
Black Diamond compactor
$42.95 - 129.99 (-33%)
K2 Automatic Pole
$23.95 - 39.99 (15%)

Ski Pole Summary
A ski pole's purpose is to increase an alpine skier's balance, speed and acceleration. However, in cross country skiing, they represent a significant form of thrust. AT skiers require telescoping poles that can react to the different types of terrain they are on. So how you will be using a pole definitely affects the type and length of pole that you will be needing.

When picking a pole, careful consideration must be given to how much you use poles (this determines whether or not a good pair of poles will be a good investment); what kind of materials you want to use (carbon fiber and aluminum are the most popular); and the type of grip on the pole (better grips are more comfortable, easier to grip and make for more accurate pole plants). Obviously, if you just use a pole for pushing yourself around on flats so you can get up to a lift, you don't need a high tech pole. For those of us that need a pole to do more then push us around, they are worth looking into.
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K2 Lock Jaw Aluminum
$54.97 - 111.93 (5%)
K2 Lock Jaw Ski Pole
$59.00 - 89.95 (5%)
Line tac ski pole
$24.96 - 44.95 (-2%)
Scott Pro Taper Pole
$59.96 - 100.00 (16%)
K2 Exo Pole
$39.98 - 79.95 (-22%)
Salomon escape pole
$19.90 - 37.95 (1%)
K2 4 Speed Pole
$47.99 - 59.21 (67%)
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