Rossignol Force 5 Ski Poles

Rossignol Force 5 Ski Poles
Rossignol Force 5 Ski Poles
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Force 5 Ski Poles by Rossignol
The Rossignol Force 5 Ski Poles keep you cruising fast down the classic or skate track thanks to their lightweight construction and ergonomic design. Built to move fast, the carbon shaft is light, the natural cork grips and adjustable ergonomic straps feel good in your hands, and the carbide tip bites into the groomed track to propel you forward. Finally, the race basket is the ideal shape and size to keep you motoring along whether you're racing or just pushing for a new PR.

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SKU: ROS00HN
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