Salomon Brigade Jr Ski Poles - Kids'

Salomon Brigade Jr Ski Poles - Kids'
Salomon Brigade Jr Ski Poles - Kids'
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Brigade Jr Ski Poles - Kids' by Salomon
The freeski Salomon Brigade Jr Ski Poles designed to keep up with your young shredder as they power down groomers, charge through the bumps, and play in the terrain park. Its burly aluminum shaft won't snap when they try out new tricks while the easy to use grip allows them to get after it through deep snow on powder days. As a bonus, the durable screen printed graphic on the poles matches Salomon's junior skis so they can have a matching kit for their days on the slopes.

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