Fischer Transalp Vario Ski Poles

Fischer Transalp Vario Ski Poles
Fischer Transalp Vario Ski Poles
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Transalp Vario Ski Poles by Fischer
The Fischer Transalp Vario Ski Poles are a versatile, durable option for touring and freeride skiing. You can easily shorten them for steep bootpacks and lengthen them again to your preferred height when it's time to descend, thanks to the easy-to-use adjustment lever, and a Titanal-reinforced shaft adds lasting durability and strength. The long EVA foam handle provides a comfortable grip, and allows you to adjust your hand position when you're travelling over uneven or very steep terrain.

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SKU: FIS007R
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