Salomon Escape

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Ideally designed for the cross country skier, these Salomon Escape Cross Country Ski Poles are built from a composite pole with excellent float from a larger basket and easy EVA grip with an adjustable strap. Light weight composite touring pole with EVA grip and easily adjustable strap. Composite 16/11: Composite shaft with 16mm top diameter, 11mm near tip. EVA: EVA performance grip. Biathlon: Basic strap, easy to take off and put on. Steel. Touring: Larger basket for more floatation in powder. Fits shafts with 11 mm diameter tip. Steel. Size: 130, 135, 140, 145. Available Color(s): Black/Red

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Your idea of a good time in the winter always focused on roaring fires in the fireplace and hot toddies, with a quick stomp on snowshoes thrown in. But now, with a house full of relatives for the holidays, a nice, loooong cross-country ski looks mighty appealing. Lace up your boots, grab your skis and Salomon Escape Ski Poles, and get away from the maddening crowds. This lightweight fiberglass pole has EVA grips for long-holding hand support. Adjustable straps accommodate all hand sizes, and steel tips bite through thick ice crusts for cross-country stability. Touring baskets speed along the groomed when you're at the Nordic track but have enough lift to float through a fresh dusting of powder when you're breaking trail.


Escape Cross-Country Ski Poles are versatile and easy to use with a durable lightweight composite shaft and ergonomic features built in, making them perfect for beginner and intermediate skiers.


Salomon Escape

previously retailed for:
$14.93 - $49.95

The Salomon Escape is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 26, 2017 at REI.

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