Atomic BCT Mountaineering SQS Ski Poles

Atomic BCT Mountaineering SQS Ski Poles
Atomic BCT Mountaineering SQS Ski Poles
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BCT Mountaineering SQS Ski Poles by Atomic
Designed for long tours through the backcountry, the Atomic BCT Mountaineering SQS Ski Poles are right at home while charging the steep and deep through remote terrain. Aluminum construction provides a high degree of strength against standard wear and tear while also being comfortably lightweight. The telescoping structure keeps things nice and balanced when the skintrack switchbacks its way up a steep slope, and the folding pole technology packs down into three parts when the terrain gets technical or the poles just need to be stowed away. The BCT grip is ergonomically designed for lasting comfort when running laps on the mountain, and the Safety Quick Release System releases the straps from the poles when placed under pressure to help reduce the risk of possible injury in the event of a fall.

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