Rossignol Snow Flake Jr. Ski Pole - Girls'

Rossignol Snow Flake Jr. Ski Pole - Girls'
Rossignol Snow Flake Jr. Ski Pole - Girls'
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Snow Flake Jr. Ski Pole - Girls' by Rossignol
From first chair to last call, the Rossignol Kids' Snow Flake Jr. Ski Poles are built to sashay through frosty flakes, glistening glades, and untouched corduroy. Crafted with a super light aluminum shaft, these poles offer paramount performance without skimping on durability or weighing your aspiring super-G speedster down.

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SKU: ROS006D
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