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Dynafit - Pdg - Ski poles

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
ski poles
Recommended use:
Ski mountaineering; Running; Competition
carbon; Titanal aluminum alloy
Adjustment range:
115 - 145 cm
Touring plate Pro Butterfly basket
carbide tip
151 g
Rock protection zone
Item No.:
Product description
Developed specifically for the Patrouille De Glacier ski mountaineering race, the Dynafit PDG Pole will help you speed up your up times whether you're trying to beat your personal best, or competing in your local skimo race. Designed for maximum efficiency on the skin track, the PDG features Dynafit's patented Butterfly basket, which adapts to the ever-changing angles of the mountain, and a nordic-inspired carbide tip. The lightweight carbon upper keeps weight to a minimum, while a durable titanal lower shaft provides more durability than a full carbon pole. The wide neoprene strap is removable for those who prefer to ski strapless in the backcountry. 

  • Carbon upper with titanal lower
  • Foam grip
  • Removable neoprene strap
  • XC carbide tip
  • Butterfly basket

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Question from Alastair | Cockermouth
Is this price for one pole or two ?

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Simon | Customer Service
18.03.2015 12:05

Hei Alastair,

it's for two poles!



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