LEKI Worldcup Racing SL TBS Ski Poles

LEKI Worldcup Racing SL TBS Ski Poles
LEKI Worldcup Racing SL TBS Ski Poles
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Worldcup Racing SL TBS Ski Poles by LEKI
The Leki Worldcup Racing SL TBS Ski Pole will give you the advantage you need to take your racing to the next level. These poles feature Airfoil technology, an aerodynamic oval shaped aluminum shaft that cuts down on drag and allows you to race with maximum control. This control and the lack of wind resistance provided by the shaft shape allows you to shave precious seconds off of your time. In order to keep improving your time you need to ski everyday--the Trigger S system will keep you on the hill and out of the doctors office by releasing during bad crashes to save your wrists and fingers from bad injuries that can occur with normal pole straps. Combining Airfoil and Trigger S technology with race specific baskets for maximum power and consistency from your pole plants allows you to be the best racer you can be.

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