The MJ ski poles are a great set of poles for someone looking for a decently light pole for every day at the resort. The poles have an S3 magnesium aluminum shaft that is computer engineered for minimal overall weight, optimal swing weight and good aerodynamics. The poles are strain hardened and electrostatically painted to add even more durability. You can be sure these poles will stay in good condition through and throughout every family ski vacation. The poles feature P-Core grips for the most comfort and grip. The P-Core grip is in an ergonomic shape made out of soft thermoplastic rubber. A comfortable grip will help keep your hands happy and your poles in your hands. Coming out of the grip are rear entry strap systems, allowing for quick and easy entry. The straps have a special buckle made for effortless adjustment. The back of the strap measures to 25 millimeters to maximize comfort and support. At the bottom of the poles you will find a 3.6 basket, measuring to 60 millimeters in diameter, which is a super durable basket made with aerodynamics in mind. At the tip is an "Ice Tip" made from dense metal in a diamond-like shape. You can be sure these tips puncture through the firmest ice and snow. The MJs are the poles for you if you are starting to explore more of what the resort has to offer.
S3 Aluminum Alloy Shaft
16mm Shaft Diameter
FX 15x25 Re-Entry Strap
SCOTT RIOT SKI POLE
The Scott Riot ski poles are the coolest we've seen here at L9. Their oversized 22mm diameter is mighty tough, so if you are prone to breaking poles you might give these a try. Plus, their baskets are geared toward powder with the most surface area of any baskets out there. Extra long grips let you switch things up on the bootpack when things get really steep without any readjusting their length. A huge bold face neon Scott logo puts their style points over the top.
Scott Carbon Diamond Tips: Constructed using a composite matrix of state-of-the art materials including carbon fiber, the Carbon Diamond Tip can withstand the harshest abuses.
Scott S4 Aluminum Shaft: Constructed with the strongest commercially available, aircraft-grade aluminum alloy. S4 aluminum poles are twice as strong as the industry standard, rates to 75 ooo PSI.
This pole is slightly oversized compared to most poles with a 22mm diameter. Most poles fall in the 14-18mm range but this pole is a cut above the rest. Still lightweight and very strong, you'll probably wind up preferring this width!
Powder Basket: This basket measures 90mm in diameter and has the traditional pow basket star shape. If you find that your poles are sinking down too far in the deep snow, this is a great solution. This basket isn't too big, it can be used everyday no problem.
Extra Long Grips: These grips are twice as long as most. That lets you adjust your grip to match the conditions, which is especially nice when bootpacking.
INTERNATIONAL AVAILABILITY-PRICES USD
United States, Canada, Australia/New Zealand/Chile/Argentina, UK, Ireland, Japan
COUNTRY OF MANUFACTURER
Manufacturers one year standard warranty
SCOTT WC STRIKE SKI POLE - 2020
Scott World Cup Strike Ski Poles: The Scott World Cup Strike is an excellent pole for the racer looking for a low profile and durability. Scott's Notch Grip fits very ergonomically in your hands when you are ready to push out through the start house. The Ice Tip can punch through the firmest of race courses. The Strike RC Strap has a low profile that can wrap your wrist and not get hung up on gates. The S4 Aluminum Shaft is the strongest aluminum available, so you know it's good.
S4 Aluminum Alloy Shaft
18mm Shaft Diameter
Strike RC Strap
SCOTT MJ SKI POLE - 2020
Scott MJ Ski Poles // Women's
MJ WOULD PICK THE WHITE COLOR
Aluminum Alloy Shaft // 16mm Diameter // 363g at 120cm
We carry the Scott MJ women's ski poles in every color that Scott makes, so you should have no problem matching the rest of your oufit. Looks aside, you get a really strong pole with paint that won't chip like crazy after a few days of use. The grip really sticks to the leather on the palm of your gloves, making it easy to hang on to. That might sound silly, but it's one less thing to think about when you're out on the slopes.