Grab the ergonomic Notch Grip and take the lightweight Scott Pro Taper Poles when you're off to duel your overly aggressive friends for the honor of first in the lift line. While pole jousting is never recommended to resolve issues, this filament-wound lance will slice through the air with the greatest of ease. Carbon fiber and fiberglass spin together to create a lightweight pole that stands up to the jarring impact of ice--or, um, your pal's hot-pink helmet. Sixty whopping millimeters of basket bounty prevents these poles from getting sucked into a powdery abyss. The anodized tip is an aluminum alloy designed to reinforce and strengthen the Ice Tip, just in case your friend's head is as hard as you thought.
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