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Traction for your hands.

Whether you're snowshoeing to a backcountry yurt or skinning with a splitboard for fresh tracks, grab the Mountainsmith Glissade Winter Trekking Poles for durable support and compact packing. The three-piece design collapses to just 26 inches, easily small enough to fit on your snowboard pack for the ride down. Carbide tips are tough enough to punch through any layer, and the molded TPR handles are comfortable and secure in your hand. An extended grip down the shaft lets you choose the grip position that works for the conditions.

  • 7075 aluminum shafts
  • Carbide tips
  • Molded TPR handle
  • Two telescoping sections
  • Extended grip
  • Adjustable neoprene wrist strap
  • Removable snow baskets

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Nice poles, terrible baskets

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

I have used these poles twice now for splitboarding. The baskets cracked during the first trip out. On the second trip, one of the baskets broke off completely. The problem is the basket coupling which is weakly attached to the main basket body. Poor manufacturing and design quality is the ultimate problem. Otherwise, the poles have worked well and are comfortable. I have noticed that there is a fine balance between over-tightening and under-tightening. After a few collapse/expand cycles, I haven't had a problem though. I have not found replacement baskets that are higher quality or from a different manufacturer, which dooms the poles as a whole in my opinion. I'd be very happy with the poles if the baskets lasted and didn't cost $15 every two trips (per Amazon, I have written customer support and will see how they respond. I am unwilling to purchase replacement baskets if they will simply break again, so I will most likely be buying new poles. Unfortunate SAC purchase.

Update: I emailed Mountainsmith to at least let them know about the failed baskets. They responded with a sincere apology letter and replacement baskets free of charge. Two thumbs up for customer service.