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Your blending all-mountain and freeride styles demands a burly utility pole like the Swix Sonic Ski Pole. Built with a sturdy aluminum shaft, an ergonomically shaped DD4 grip, and versatile powder basket, the Sonic stands up to technical upper-mountain descents, countless park laps, and hard landings.

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does swix offer a carbon pole with the...

does swix offer a carbon pole with the versatile powder basket??

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does swix offer a carbon pole with the...

does swix offer a carbon pole with the versatile powder basket??

2 5

Not quite there.......

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I skied with this pole a couple of days in deeper snow. The powder basket attachment is very nice, but the length of the pole/spike beneath the basket is too short. In soft PNW snow the short spike washes out when poling; very frustrating when trying to efficiently get to the goods.

5 5

Great pole!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I've always been a fan of Swix poles. This is my first pair of Aluminum poles from Swix. They seem solid, they're light and the grips and the tabs work great which is what I really like about Swix poles. They also come with some really nice interchangeable ski baskets for pow days. Overall, great price and value.