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Emulate the master.

Graced with a tasty-looking spine painted by Eric Pollard, Line's Pollard's Paint Brush Adjustable Ski Poles let you dream of spine lines while you're riding chairs. The adjustable aluminum construction will be nice when you decide to boot out to the backcountry, and the grab tab makes them easier to grip than a cold can on the chairlift. The adjustable hook-and-loop strap lets you get it around whichever gloves you happen to be wearing, and the Scewoff! 60mm and 90mm baskets let you get the right feel for the conditions. 

  • Adjustable
  • 7075 aluminum
  • Grab tab
  • Adjustable hook and loop strap
  • Included 60mm and 90mm baskets

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3 5

Execution could have been better.

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I've always been a fan of line's poles. Aesthetically, they're some of the nicest looking poles. In addition to this, the price tag is fairly reasonable. However, on these poles I think they missed the mark. They are a bit too expensive, and the clasp is quite shoddy and will slip, causing the pole to shorten when you pole plant.

3 5

Don't plant too hard

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The look is awesome, as I am a huge fan of Pollard's. However, I have found on more than one occasion that if planted too hard, the pole will shift up from your pre adjusted position. I wish the clamps were stronger to avoid this issue. Outside of that, they are great poles.

5 5

Pretty Sticks

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These poles not only look good, but feel great as well.

Fully adjustable. The locking system is at the top instead of the bottom which creates a better swing feel.

Grab tabs are awesome for holding, even if you aren't one to grab your skis.

Having Pollard's art on your poles is also a nice bonus.

5 5

Pointy Sticks, great for touring

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These poles not only look rad, but they're reliable and useful in the backcountry. The locking system hasn't broken, which is huge, and there's plenty of adjustability.

Two sets of baskets, one for pow and one for corn.

The "grab tabs" are surprisingly useful while hiking and touring. They make a nice grip atop the pole. They also make pole planting easier. Lastly, when you want to shred without pole straps, as you should in avy terrain, they keep your poles tight to your hands even through snags.