Voile Backcountry Pole

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Voile's Backcountry Pole page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Voile's new innovative 3-part touring pole with integrated ski/board topsheet scraper mounted to the pole grip. Why should you carry an extra 3 lbs of snow on your nice lighweight ski or board? Use this conveniently located scraper to clean off your ski/board topsheet. Manufactured with heavy-duty nylon so it will take a ton of abuse. Also, use the scraper to pull your climbing wire to the up position. It gets better. Their poles use a push-button system to adjust the size. It is similar to the pop-buttons you find on our avalanche shovels handles. The push-button is a great alternative to problematic internal locking-mechanisms that can freeze and bind-up.

- CampSaver.com

Why should you carry an extra 3 pounds of snow on your nice lighweight skis? Voile's 3-part Push Button Poles have integrated ski/board topsheet scrapers mounted to the pole grips. Manufactured with heavy-duty nylon so it will take a ton of abuse.

- Mountain Gear

These innovative three-part poles from Voile(R) feature an integrated ski/board topsheet scraper mounted directly to the pole grip. Scraper is also handy for pulling your climbing wire to the ''up'' position. Scraper is made from heavy-duty nylon, so it can take a ton of abuse. Aluminum pole shafts offer strength with a light swingweight. Poles use a push-button system to adjust the size-a great alternative to internal locking-mechanisms that can freeze and bind-up.

- REI

Voile Backcountry Pole

MSRP:
$68.00

The Voile Backcountry Pole is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 23, 2014 at CampSaver.com.

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