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  • Scott - Cascade 2-Part Adjustable Ski Pole - Orange

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  • Scott - Cascade 2-Part Adjustable Ski Pole - Orange

Scott Cascade 2-Part Adjustable Ski Pole

$98.95

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    • Orange, 40-50in
      $98.95
    • Orange, 46-56in
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    Full-featured, adjustable length poles.

    The Scott Cascade 2-Part Adjustable Ski Pole isn't your average stripped-down touring pole. Its adjustable length lets you dial in the right height for both the up and down, while its top-shelf features include everything you'd expect to see on a high-end pair of resort sticks. The foam and cork grip is easy on the hands, and the soft neoprene strap can also be adjusted, so you get the right feel from them. The poles come with a pair of standard baskets that will work for most conditions, but they can be switched out with a pair of powder baskets if you need a little more float in the fluff.

    • Adjustable aluminum shaft
    • Foam and cork grip
    • Neoprene strap
    • Interchangeable basket system
    • Carbide tip
    • Item #SCO00CF

    Tech Specs

    Shaft
    aluminum
    Adjustable Length
    yes
    Usable Range
    105 - 120 cm, 115 - 140 cm
    Locking Mechanism
    auto-locking tension system
    Grip
    foam, cork
    Strap
    neoprene
    Tip
    carbide
    Included Baskets
    yes, interchangeable
    Recommended Use
    backcountry touring
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 year limited

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    Solid in the backcountry

      These poles are easy to adjust and the mechanism holds (there's nothing worse than collapsing poles!). The grip is solid and the color looks great in person. My one grip are the baskets. They are tiny! A good backcountry pole should have the option for some powder baskets.