Swix Quantum 6 X-Fit Cross Country Ski Poles

Swix Quantum 6 X-Fit Cross Country Ski Poles
Swix Quantum 6 X-Fit Cross Country Ski Poles
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Quantum 6 X-Fit Cross Country Ski Poles by Swix
First and foremost a touring pole, the Quantum 6 Cross Country Ski Pole from Swix is also a good option for new ski racers or student athletes. Its composite shaft is nearly unbreakable and its PCU handle offers exceptional grip with the lightweight feel of cork. Its X-Fit strap, developed in collaboration with World Cup Biathlon athletes, is extremely easy to get in and out of. It uses a complication of neoprene pads with a solid layer of nylon on the outside for efficient power transfer during skiing while ensuring comfort and efficiency.

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SKU: SWI00FT
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