Salomon S/Race Click Ski Poles

Salomon S/Race Click Ski Poles
Salomon S/Race Click Ski Poles
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S/Race Click Ski Poles by Salomon
The S/Race pole is lightweight and efficiency-oriented making it suitable for a cross-country racer or someone who just wants to get a workout in on the tracks. Salomon's power strap is designed to click in-and-out with one finger to alleviate any worries about your wrists, allowing you to focus on pushing pace.

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SKU: SAL01SZ
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