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Scott Cascade C 2-Part Adjustable Ski Poles

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    • Black, 100cm-125cm
      $148.95
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    Cascade C 2-Part Adjustable Ski Poles

    Scott made the Cascade C 2-Part Adjustable Ski Poles for skiers looking for lightweight yet solid performance. The carbon shaft uses a filament wound construction that's consistently stiff and high-strength, yet incredibly light, with a 2-section design for adjustable length. Equipped with an elongated foam cork grip, it feels comfortable in the hand during long skins, and provides a variation of places for gripping if you find yourself on uneven ground. The tip is flexible to reduce stress, and interchangeable baskets let you rotate your poles between hiking and skiing or snowshoeing.

    • Lightweight ski poles for frontcountry runs and backcountry tours
    • Carbon shaft offers unmatched performance without the weight
    • Adjustable length provides versatility on uneven terrain
    • Ergonomic grip offers a comfortable hands-on feel
    • Interchangeable baskets ensure increased options for outdoor use
    • Item #SCO00J2

    Tech Specs

    Shaft
    2-part carbon
    Adjustable Length
    100-125cm, 115-140cm
    Collapsed Length
    [115-140cm] 110cm
    Grip
    EG Cork
    Strap
    SRS mountain
    Tip
    Duraflex Carbide
    Included Baskets
    S3.4, S3.9
    Claimed Weight
    275g
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain skiing, freeride/powder skiing, backcountry skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited 2 years

    Tech Specs

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    These stay together!

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

    My main concern with touring poles is that they come apart too easily/fall off chairs if you take them inbound and what not! These ones stay together really well. I am happy with how they work.

    Great poles!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are the perfect poles. The cork handle, quick release strap and adjustability make them great for touring or hiking and every day on the mountain. They also have a great grip under the handle for when you don't want to stop and adjust the pole but you need it to be a tiny bit shorter (ie hiking on an uneven trail). I have skied these poles 50+days and never had the quick release lock fail. They are always at the length I set them to.

    Scott Cascade C Adjustable Pole

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Great, lightweight and very strong pole. Super easy to use adjuster does not get in the way. I have taken some spills that should have most certainly broken it but it powered through! I use it for skiing and hiking in the summer. Love it!