LEKI PRC Max Ski Poles

LEKI PRC Max Ski Poles
LEKI PRC Max Ski Poles
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PRC Max Ski Poles by LEKI
The PRC Max pole is lightweight and efficiency-oriented for both pushing pace at cross country races or simply having fun out on the tracks. The Trigger Shark 2. 0 strap has an integrated system to easily release from the cork handle so you can focus on navigating terrain without worrying about your wrists and shoulders.

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SKU: LEK009I
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