POLES

Have you already chosen perfect ski poles to complete your setup? You may be surprised how one ski pole can differ from another. 2ski-glisse.ch offers a wide range of ski poles for racing, piste skiing, freeride or rando-freerando to shop online. You'll find there professional folding telescopic poles for ski touring too!

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  • Telescopic sticks Leki Aergon 2 anthracite

    CHF129.00
  • Bâtons télescopiques Leki Micro Vario Carbon

    CHF199.90
  • Bâtons télescopiques Leki Journey Lite

    CHF79.90
  • Bâtons télescopiques Leki Khumbu Lite

    CHF99.90
  • Telescopic poles Leki Tour Stick Vario Carbon Lady

    CHF199.90
  • SKI POLE SCOTT COMPOSITE SRS BLACK

    CHF79.00
  • SKI POLE SCOTT PUNISHER BLACK

    CHF59.00
  • SKI POLE SCOTT PUNISHER BLUE

    CHF59.00
  • SKI POLE SCOTT TEAM ISSUE PINK

    CHF89.00
  • SKI POLE SCOTT TEAM ISSUE RED

    CHF89.00
  • SKI POLE SCOTT TEAM ISSUE BLACK

    CHF89.00
  • Telescopic poles Leki Aergon Lite 2 lady

    CHF129.90
  • Bâtons télescopiques Leki Micro Vario Carbon femme

    CHF199.90

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Ski poles, sometimes simply called sticks, are used by skiers for balance and propulsion. Modern ski poles are usually made of aluminum or carbon fiber. However, old-school materials - for example pine or bamboo - are still used. Poles come in handy while alpine skiing, freestyle skiing and cross-country skiing.

There are few features of ski poles which you should know in order to choose the best ones for you.

 

The ski pole basket is a feature placed near the bottom end of the pole. It is designed specifically to stop the pole from sinking significantly into the deep snow. Some baskets are small, they look similar to cones. Small baskets are more aerodynamic, hence they are used in racing. Large, snowflake shaped baskets are, on the other hand, used in powder skiing. Finally, there are many poles which allow easy switching between different types of baskets.

 

When it comes to the length of a pole - it varies according to use. For instance, for cross-country skiing, during which arm motion is very important, you will need longer poles. It works in the opposite direction too - for alpine skiing or racing, you'd rather look for shorter poles, which mainly help with keeping the balance. Besides, telescopic poles are available for adjustment while out skiing.

 

Very important factors are also stiffness and weight of your ski poles. The lighter the basket and the shaft is, the easier it is to swing the pole forward. If the pole is too heavy, it would take a lot of strength to get it moving. What could also be annoying, the pole may over-swing and plant in a position that is not good. And why should your pole be stiff enough? The stiffer the ski shaft is, the more of your energy goes into propulsion rather than bending the pole.

 

While browsing 2ski-glisse.ch for new ski poles, you will notice that every product's page displays a detailed description of its features. Therefore, we believe it will help you to make a good choice. Check out the newest solutions for ski pole models and bargains for hunters of professional but cheap ski poles.