Atomic AMT Ski Poles - Boys'

Atomic AMT Ski Poles - Boys'
Atomic AMT Ski Poles - Boys'
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AMT Ski Poles - Boys' by Atomic
Learn how to handle the slopes when wielding the Atomic AMT Ski Poles through the season. The aluminum material is lightweight while also being strong and durable, able to stand up to the learning curve that can present itself while skiing through trees and other terrain. The elastic strap is easy to slide over gloves when needed and the junior grip is designed to be handled all day without hassle.

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SKU: ATO00DJ
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