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  • Rossignol - Tactic Pro Carbon Ski Poles - One Color

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  • Rossignol - Tactic Pro Carbon Ski Poles - One Color

Rossignol Tactic Pro Carbon Ski Poles

$79.95

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    • One Color, 110cm
      $79.95
    • One Color, 115cm
      $79.95
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      $79.95
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      $79.95
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      $79.95
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      $79.95
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    Loose some weight.

    Instead of depriving yourself of a custard-filled doughnut before you head up the mountain, shave some weight from your ski setup with the Rossignol Tactic Pro Carbon Ski Poles—besides, you're going to need the extra calories. Made with a 20% carbon shaft, this pole is lighter than traditional aluminum sticks, and it sports a strap and handle combo that's nothing if not comfortable in the hand. 
    • A light and durable all-mountain ski pole
    • 20% carbon construction reduces weight
    • Bi-Mat grip is shaped for comfort
    • Tip pierces hardpack and packed powder with ease
    • Item #ROS00A5

    Tech Specs

    Shaft
    80% aluminum, 20% carbon
    Length
    110 cm 115 cm, 120 cm 125 cm, 130 cm 135 cm
    Grip
    Bi-Mat
    Strap
    neoprene
    Tip
    carbide
    Recommended Use
    skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Nice looking ski poles!

      I bought these for a gift. They look as fierce and cool as ski poles can get! Great colors (black/gray/bright orange accents) I guess they are lighter based on the description (but I honestly can't tell). The reason that it didn't get full 5-stars is because these Rossi poles are made in China. I would have expected that for this price and for it's quality products, Rossi would keep the standards higher and have them made in Europe, where they really know skiing. Kinda disappointing on that end.