Swix Mach II IPM Carbon Composite Ski Pole

Swix Mach II IPM Carbon Composite Ski Pole
Swix Mach II IPM Carbon Composite Ski Pole
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Mach II IPM Carbon Composite Ski Pole by Swix
Can't decide between groomers or off-piste today' Don't worry; neither can the Mach II IPM Carbon Composite Ski pole. Skiers know that a small basket will reduce pendulum weight but sink into loose snow, whereas wider baskets will prove unnecessarily heavy on groomers yet happily float atop powder. The solution: Swix's Saturn dual basket system. The lower powder basket detaches and can be stored in your pocket when not needed, then reattached for backcountry fun in just a few seconds. Designed for demanding recreational skiing of all sorts, the Mach II comes with DD4 grips and shaped webbing straps of the best possible quality.

SKU: SWI0554
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