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Scott Team Issue Ski Pole

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $99.00

Special Price $69.30

Quick Overview

The SCOTT Team Issue features the tried, tested, and true S4 Alluminium shaft that SCOTT's elite team of skiers believe in. The innovative Strap Release System (S.R.S.) releases the strap from the pole in sketchy situations to prevent injury.

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Regular Price: $99.00

Special Price $69.30

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S4 Alluminium - Constructed with the strongest commercially available, aircraft-grade aluminum alloy. S4 aluminum poles are twice as strong as the industry standard, rates to 75,000 PSI.

S.R.S. System - The SCOTT S.R.S (Strap Release System) is the next generation of safety technology in ski poles. The S.R.S system allows the strap to release from the grip of the pole in the sketchy situations to prevent injury.

Carbon Diamond Tip - Constructed using a composite matrix of state-of-the art materials including carbon fiber, the Carbon Diamond Tip can withstand the harshest abuses.

Powder Basket - The Powder Basket is designed for powder performance, excelling in traversing situations. The basket is a solid 9cm in diameter and has strategic holes to maintain a swing weight that is comfortable for everyday use.

3.6 Disc Basket - The 3.6 Disc Basket incorporates a high standard of engineering and design, blending aerodynamic efficiency and durability. The 3.6 disc basket is 6 centimeters in diameter.

Notch-Grip - The Notch Grip has been anatomically engineered using soft thermoplastic rubber and polypropylene. The lightweight, streamlined profile facilitates the wrist articulation necessary for a textbook downhill tuck or grab.

SRS Strap - The SRS Strap releases quickly while pulling sharply upwards during crashes or in case of an avalanche. The integrated system guarantees best wearing comfort.

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