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Scott Riot 18 Rubber Ski Poles

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    Riot 18 Rubber Ski Poles

    Designed for backcountry travel, the Scott Riot 18 Rubber Ski Poles feature a long rubber grip zone so you can optimize your hand position while skinning, bootpacking, or traversing across uneven terrain. The thick, durable aluminum alloy shaft provides long-lasting durability and stability with every pole plant, and the carbon diamond tip provides a reliable grip in firm snow. Scotts S.R.S strap releases from the pole grip when it's tensioned, which enhances safety during a fall.

    • Backcountry-oriented ski pole for the climbs and the descents
    • Thick aluminum alloy shaft adds lasting durability
    • Long rubber grip zone for different hand positions while hiking
    • Straps release under tension for safer falls
    • Carbon diamond tip punches into firm snow and ice
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    Tech Specs

    Shaft
    aluminum alloy
    Length
    110-135cm
    Grip
    rubber (35cm grabbing zone)
    Strap
    SRS Lite
    Tip
    carbon diamond
    Included Baskets
    powder
    Recommended Use
    skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 year limited

    Tech Specs

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    Great poles from the Jerry Perspective

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

    Used these for my first time skiing. so had the chance to test their durability repeatedly--haha. They were light weight helped me keep my balance on the first few runs, and were pretty dang usefull to get up from one or two of my harder falls.

    Inbounds Pole Wacking

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a nice durable pole for inbounds or out of bounds skiing. The shaft is a normal width, and the blue color really pop's. If you want a thicker shaft and a BMX grip check out the Riot 22 poles.

    Best Pole Whacking Device on the Market

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Yup. These things are keepers. Rock solid and ready to go. it would take a lot to bend these puppies but if you are looking in investing in quality poles I'm guessing you are past the point of pole bending in your ski career. Light and durable are the key words here. I like the grip coating under the handle as well for pole carrying and more grabbing options. Great poles!

    Reliable Poles

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

    Really enjoying these poles so far. The wrist strap is very comfortable and flexible, unlike some other, unforgiving and non-stretchy pole straps. I have not had them release on me yet, and I have put a decent amount of weight on them, which is good and also good to know that they should release in case of emergency. The rubber grab zone comes in handy when needed!

    Quality Product

      Friend of mine recommended Scott poles and i think the Riot is there most applicable freestyle pole. I fell on these, used them as a go pro stick, traversed with them, and hit the boot pack. The paint still looks brand new, did not bend, the trigger grip is comfy in the hand, and the ergo strap is one of the best i've used despite not usually rocking a strap on my poles. 10 out of 10 would recommend, one of the best aluminum poles i've held.

      touring and resort pole

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

      This pole is an awesome all around pole. Super light, and the Strap release system is awesome for avoiding thumb injuries.

      Boot-pack friendly

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I find myself boot packing a lot. Whether it be touring, or in bounds, there are always good boot-packs to be had. While boot-packing you are constatly changing your grip on your pole depending on the angle of the slope you're walking up. These poles give you that solid grip on your pole to keep you secure while traversing some sketchy spines, or rocky ledges.
      The strap release is also really nice! sure in the moment is can be a pain to hike back to get your pole, but at least you didn't rip your shoulder out of its socket. Plus they are really easy to reinstall.