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Less to carry, less to break.

Line kept it simple with the all-terrain Line Dart Ski Poles. Tough and light aluminum keeps the swing weight low, while 28mm mountain-bike-style grips won't let the poles slip out of your hands without a fight.
  • Line's light, strong 6,000 series aluminum, unlike your last GF, won't unexpectedly snap on you
  • Line's unique Grab Tab grips give you a secure place for all five fingers, which means you can use less energy clinging to your poles and just focus on shredding
  • Adjustable strap tabs mean you can adjust the fit once and leave it that way
  • Poles come with two "Screwoff" baskets that you can unscrew to swap out (yay ... no tools), so swap between pow baskets and groomer baskets as you please

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2 5


  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I was excited to get these poles last year and loved the comfortable grips but after falling once or twice, I noticed the poles were very bent, and they kept getting worse. Not bad falls, either.

4 5

It's a pole.

What can I say? It's a pole. It has some slim MTB grips that make you feel like you are flying down the slope in some old 80s jet plane. The only thing missing is a trigger to shoot those amateurs and clear a path. Oh. I bent one of them on the 2nd day of use. It wasn't spetacular.

I am 5 10, what size poles should I get?

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I am 5 10, what size poles should I get?

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Stand up with your arm at your side and bend your elbow to 90°. Measure from the floor to the base of your hand and get the poles that are about 2" longer than that measurement (to account for the part of the pole below the basket.)

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You could even go smaller than that depending on what you primarily will be skiing. If you are mainly in the park, smaller poles are fine but for all mountain/ powder go with a longer pole.

5 5

Sick Poles!!!

I have loved these poles so far! Grips are awesome!

5 5

Great pole

The dart is a very nice pole... It can shred the park, pow, and groomers. It is nice and light weight. Also it allows for nonstop steezy looks all around the mountain. Bottom line it is a great pole for a great price.