Scott Team Issue Ski Poles

Scott Team Issue Ski Poles
Scott Team Issue Ski Poles
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Team Issue Ski Poles by Scott
Pole plant with confidence when you have the Scott Team Issue Ski Poles securely in your hands. The durable aluminum alloy shaft holds up to wear, and the hand-friendly notch grip feels comfortable and secure. Scott's S. R. S strap releases from the grip under tension for enhanced safety during a fall, while the carbon diamond tip precisely penetrates firm snow and ice.

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SKU: SCO00UP
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