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The HRC Max is uncompromisingly designed for competition. It features the Nordic FRT grip, which allows incredibly precise strap adjustment to keep the hand close to the pole. The strap is attached in two places and won’t yield a single millimeter while racing. The integrated correction zone ensures better propulsion and precise control over the poles. The grip material is made of highly robust CorTec, which is extremely abrasion-resistant and robust, even in wet conditions. The lightweight but stable 16.5 millimeter diameter carbon shaft provides an ideal combination of lightness and stability. Weighing just 55 grams per meter, the pole uses the Fin Vario basket changing system, which allows you to change baskets in seconds to match different snow conditions.
- FRT Grip: The Nordic FRT is a grip specially developed for cross-country skiing. It allows you to adjust your strap precisely down to the millimeter. This provides an optimal connection between the hand and pole and maximum power transfer on the trail
- Nordic Fix Active Strap: Adjustable strap, specially developed for the FRT Grip with a broad gripping surface
- Carbon Hrc: (Highest Racing Carbon) Max
- Carbide Tip: Asymmetrical hard metal tip for precise pole positioning and a perfect grip
- Fin Vario Basket: Extremely light-weight cross-country basket for optimal grip on the trail. The Fin Vario System makes it possible to change the basket without tools
Number of segments: 1
Segments diameter: 16.5 mm
178 g / pole
Weight per meter: 55 g
The approximate size of the packed product or the sales package is 1800 x 150 x 120 mm.
Weight0,4 kg(Includes the weight of the sales package if present)
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