The ultralight strength and durability of the K2 Triax Pole adds a whole new element to your carving, powder skiing, or daily hot laps down the mountain's fastest groomers. You won't know the value of a lightweight carbon ski pole like the Triax until you feel yourself make more balanced arcs down your favorite fall line. You will, however, realize right away that this lightweight carbon pole hasn't broken your bank account.
- Triax technology features unidirectional carbon fibers wound at a 60-degree angle around the outside of the shaft, which helps to reinforce the already sturdy carbon shaft
- Dual durometer grip uses two individual rubber densities and a tread pattern so you can grab it firmly during flat traverses
- Webbed strap with inner neoprene padding ensures superior comfort and fit while it prevents drops in exposed terrain or traverses
- In-grip strap adjustment permits quick fitting while you slide away from the chairlift
- Rubber grip on the top of the pole adds extra grip as you hike, skin, or shuffle through lift lines
- Small-disc hard-snow baskets and large powder baskets (both included) give you propulsion in any kind of snow
- Chrome details and solid graphics don't say too much or too little as you hang out in the lift line
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Nice poles light and sweet flex. My wrist do not hurt at all when banging through the bumps with these. Very happy.
What's the easiest way to change to baskets?...
What's the easiest way to change to baskets? I can't seem to get the stock ones off...
The baskets on the K2 Triax Poles are threaded and should come off fairly easily. However, if this is your first time changing them out it may require a little extra effort.
K2 Triax Pole
It's been a long time since I have bought ski poles. Nice little touches/advancements like strap adjusters internal to the grip/comfortable hand grips made all the difference. Poles themselves felt strong and for the price, I was more than happy.