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Fischer Transalp Vario Ski Poles

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    • One Color, 105-140cm
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    Transalp Vario Ski Poles

    The Fischer Transalp Vario Ski Poles are a versatile, durable option for touring and freeride skiing. You can easily shorten them for steep bootpacks and lengthen them again to your preferred height when it's time to descend, thanks to the easy-to-use adjustment lever, and a Titanal-reinforced shaft adds lasting durability and strength. The long EVA foam handle provides a comfortable grip, and allows you to adjust your hand position when you're travelling over uneven or very steep terrain.

    • Adjustable ski pole for backcountry skiing
    • Titanal reinforcement in the shaft adds durable strength
    • Long foam handle for different grip positions on variable terrain
    • Locking lever makes adjustment easy, even in cold temperatures
    • Item #FIS007R

    Tech Specs

    Shaft
    aluminum alloy, Titanal
    Length
    105-140cm
    Locking Mechanism
    Lock 2.1
    Grip
    EVA
    Strap
    adjustable
    Included Baskets
    winter basket
    Claimed Weight
    [pair] 16.8oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry skiing, freeride skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    4 years

    Tech Specs

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    comfy, easy to use for ski touring

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I picked up a set of these for the 18/19 winter and used them hassle free all winter. The long foam grip provides lots of hand position options when side-hilling or in really steep terrain. That foam grip also does not transmit "cold" like a normal plastic grip, so hands stay warmer. The titanal has a nice characteristic to it in terms of shock absorption (not a harsh feeling like some aluminum poles) and swing weight is barely noticeable. The pole baskets are well done and work well in variable snow depths. Lastly, the quick release mechanism is trouble free AND there is a little collar above the basket with which the QR can interact to get these poles darn short for a single adjustment point pole for carrying on your pack.

    I'd recommend to anyone looking for a set of high quality, touring-specific poles.