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post #61 of 66
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I think I paid $5 for the Goode carbons at a thrift store,.  The older aluminum Rossi badged Kermas were free (other than the $5 entry fee for the race I won them in). 

post #62 of 66
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I think I paid $5 for the Goode carbons at a thrift store,.  The older aluminum Rossi badged Kermas were free (other than the $5 entry fee for the race I won them in). 


 

Err...ok?  

I think I need to start storing our poles on one of those tie-rack conveyor chain systems, the ones that look like miniature dry cleaning shop gear.    

post #63 of 66

Oh no I found 2 pairs of poles for 5 bucks. one a black scott usa 50in. jr poles and reflex challenger with nice polished aluminum finish 122cm. Now I have 3 pairs total.

post #64 of 66
I have a single pair of 50inch Scott aluminum poles for everything. I never actually thought about even considering anything new till I read this. Why not just get different baskets for different days?
post #65 of 66

I use one pair for slalom, that have the pole guards attached. I have a curvy pair that I use for GS and for everything else I use a pair of composite poles with big powder baskets that my wife got me for Christmas like 5 years ago that still look brand new. I also still have my beat-to-hell pair of Scott poles with mixed up baskets

post #66 of 66

Oh no I got a 4th pair of ski poles. A package deal one extra large ski bag, pair skis broken bindings, K2 composite 122cm black ski poles in good shape for 25$ total.

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