Really good poles solid work horse
Inexpensive but good rod set. Adjustability is important because supply conditions vary.
Price and quality meet wonderfully here
Good basic rods. Admittedly, attaching the sums required boiling water and a youtube video.
You had to use a little force to install Simon, otherwise well-functioning games and convenient when you can put it in a small package.
Good poles for sliding shoes. The length of the rod is easy to adjust and the handle and strap are comfortable to use, not rubbed even if used without gloves.
Works well and keeps the coat well. The downhills require learning to count.
Works as it should! lower grip / flu pretty thin if you need it is better when nothing but otherwise not very faded.
A simple, sturdy, adjustable skipole. A nice grip, easy to adjust length, the lock seems strong. The straps are very comfortable, and adjust to your wrists with a velcro tab, there is no other strap-height adjustment. I bought these for my better half,in the 95-145cm size, she is 168 cm tall, she likes them very much, for BC Nordic skiing. I like them too, and they work well for me, but, of course, I would never steal them from her, I guess I'll just stay with my old bamboo sticks, I wonder if she would notice, if I swapped them? Oh well.
Thank you Black Diamond for reliable, quality products. Thanks to the wonderpeople at Varuste.
has a fairly loose structure, giving up a lot if you put pressure on the rod. Buy Carbonia right away.
Go for a bunch conveniently. Easy to use. Slightly heavy on the sides but doesn't actually feel like skiing.
The sliding adjustment holds up well and is quick to use. The length can be easily adjusted for different users and for transport. Somma should be bigger in a soft, but as a whole a very good product for its purpose.
Excellent value for money. Works as it should
Easy length adjustment and tight enough compass.
Lightweight, good hand loop and sturdy / quick length adjustment
Good snowshoe poles, length adjustment good and necessary in different snow and terrain. The sompa should be bigger and more flexible than in Peltonen's forest poles.
Attaching the somps required a surprising amount of strength, but eventually succeeded.
Good telescopic poles, maybe a little heavy
The adjustment works well and the rod feels high quality. The carrots are a little too small for a closed project.
Inexpensive and functional rods.
Works like a train toilet
I use poles in sliding shoes and they fit in perfectly. The length lock works easily and holds well. There was no instruction to attach the somma, it took strength to put the sompa in place, but it has stayed well. Slightly heavy.
The good ones are. The joint looks durable and otherwise good.
Good poles, even though the wrist strap of the other rod was already a little frayed.
The adjustment is good, but the locking cannot be relied on more strongly when supporting the rod.
Quite good, piled up could go more piled up but work that way too