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    2017 Arva Fuji Pole

    The Arva Fuji Pole is built for long tours and backcountry fun! The 3-piece aluminium shaft adjusts to suit your style, and flick-lock mechanism ensure that your poles remain the same length all day. Extended foam grips allow you to choke up for long traverses. Included baskets help plant in deep snow, but won't get in your way. If you need a sturdy backcountry pole, then you will like the Fuji pole!

    • Adjustable range: 110-135 cm
    • This pole is brand new!
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    New and improved for 2018 season the Mountain pole now features a durable 7075 Aluminum Shaft, and lightweight cork grip. The hybrid powder basket is flexible, but large enough to handle deep Little Cottonwood Canyon powder days. The Mountain Pole also features a custom graphic designed by 2ndTrack's own Wilson Hayes. If you need a super tough pole to perform on pow days, in the backcountry, and look stylish too - then the 2018 Mountain Pole is for you!

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    New for the 2017/18 season the Staple pole is designed for skiers who want a quality product without breaking the bank. They feature a light and comfortable cork/foam grip, durable 7075 Aluminum shaft and 2 sets of baskets. One for 3.5" powder basket and one low profile 2" basket for groomers and park.

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