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Line Hairpin Ski Poles - 8900liharpgrn16zz-line-ski-poles by Line

Item description: This Hiking Ski Poles product is by Line - With a lightweight design and a comfortable hold, The Hairpin ski poles won’t hold you back. Let your hair down and go wild with the versatile poles for all-mountain, park, and freestyle skiing. Grab Tab!™ - Five finger grabs are fun! Worry not! Your Pointy Sticks with Grips fit securely in the palm of yo'' hand! Grip It! - 25mm grip diameter Wrap grip! Strong! - 6061 Series Aluminum Set It and Forget It!™ - Adjustable 35mm webbing strap Screwoff!™ BASKETS - Versatile 60mm diameter basket (90mm sold separately Pointy! - Easily stabs snowflakes! 195G - Lightweight but packed full of awesomeness (100 cm/40" length Weight: 195g/stick (100cm/40" length... Learn More

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