POLLARD'S PAINT BRUSH POLES
POLLARD'S PAINT BRUSH DETAILS
POLLARD’S PAINT BRUSH
Our highest performance, strongest aluminum, most versatile, lightweight stick with mind-blowing sublimated artwork created by Eric Pollard.
Grab Tab!™ Five finger grabs are fun!
Bar Tape, grip 24mm diameter
Strongest 7,000 Series Aluminum
Set it and forget it!™ adjustable velcro 25mm strap
2 Screwoff!™ 60mm & 80mm baskets
Point stabs watermelons with precision
185g of awesomeness (105cm/40" length)
POLLARD'S PAINT BRUSH ART
REVIEWS OF THE POLLARD'S PAINT BRUSH
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Changeable baskets
- Great grip
- Light Weight
- Lttle pricy
- Good for grabs
I use them in the pow or groom trails. Great for park just make sure you dont land on them, they aren't the sturdiest of all poles. Great designs. Some one might like them and steal them though.
POLLARD'S PAINT BRUSH TECHNOLOGY
EASY TO HOLD!
From bike grips, to golf clubs and even baseball bats, since the beginning of time we counted on a skinny, round, grippy grips for the best performance, so why should ski poles be any different? Our revolutionary skinnier, grippier grips make it way easier to get your hands around. So stop fumbling with traditional, bulky, oversized, forced finger placement ski grips, we’ve got the skinniest, grippiest grips in the world!
“Skinnier, grippier grips saved my life!” – Skier attacked by 500lb dog
STAYS ON YOUR HAND
For snappy pole plants & steezy five finger grabs like never before possible! Just Imagine yourself 1,000 years in the future, then imagine the best invention from that time, then imagine something way better than that and you’ll be thinking of something almost as good as our Grab Tab!
“I feel like I’m holding my poles using the force instead of my fingers!” - Duke Skiwalker
SCREWOFF ™ BASKETS
WHEN CONDITIONS CHANGE, SCREWOFF!!™
Switch your basket size in seconds! No tools required! Keep an extra set in your pocket and the next time you’re skiing from the groomers into the pow, just switch to bigger baskets!
“After sessioning park, we cut into the woods for some powder. My friend’s poles sunk up to his grips, so he told me to Screwoff! I switched to my powder baskets & got first tracks the rest of the way down.” –Smart Skier