Swix Summit Foldable Carbon Ski Poles

Swix Summit Foldable Carbon Ski Poles
Swix Summit Foldable Carbon Ski Poles
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Summit Foldable Carbon Ski Poles by Swix
Splitboarding fanatics don't need poles to ski down, but they definitely need a little somethin' somethin' to help propel them on the way up. The Swix Summit Foldable Carbon Ski Pole helps soft- and hard-booters rocket up hills with a super light and super stiff carbon shaft, a generous natural cork grip, and Flexi Basket System. When it's time to get the goods on the descent, the Swix Compact Folding System collapses down to fit into small backpack pockets, so you can focus on getting barreled unhindered by bulky poles.

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SKU: SWI008K
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