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AN ADJUSTABLE POLE WITH STYLE FROM ERIC POLLARD

$84.95

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POLLARD’S PAINT BRUSH
Our adjustable length stick provides Eric with even more versatility from the park to the backcountry backed by our skinnier grippier grips and two sizes of Screwoff!™ Baskets.

Features: Grab Tab!™ Five finger grabs are fun!
Wrap, grip 25mm diameter
Strongest Adjustable 7075 Series Aluminum
Set it and forget it!™ adjustable velcro 25mm strap
2 Screwoff!™ 60mm & 90mm baskets
Point stabs watermelons with precision
210g of awesomeness (105cm/40" length)
Specs:
  • Length cm: 100, 105, 110, 115, 120, 125, 130
    inches: 40, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52
  • Weight: 210g/stick (105cm/40" length)

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4.7

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5.0

The dopest adjustable Poles

By Rooney

from Hoorn, Noord Holland, The Netherlands

About Me Expert

Pros

  • Adjustable
  • Durable
  • Ergonomic Grip
  • Good Precision
  • Sick Print

Cons

  • Heavy
  • People Get Jealous

Best Uses

  • Everything

Comments about Line Skis Pollard's Paint Brush:

The poles that I searched for a long time. There are many adjustable poles, but not as sick as the Pollard Paint Brush
The poles actually weigh 260 grams

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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5.0

best pole I've ever had

By Colt dog

from Aspen CO

Pros

  • Extendable
  • Good weight
  • Great grip
  • Sick Baskets
  • Sick style
  • Sturdy

Cons

    Best Uses

    • BC Skiing
    • Poling On Cattracks
    • Pow Skiing
    • Skiing All Over The Mtn
    • Skinning

    Comments about Line Skis Pollard's Paint Brush:

    I have had multiple extendable poles before, mostly Black Diamond ones. I never liked the poles much they were heavy and had bad style so I would only use them if I was going on a big sinning mission. for some reason I never ended up using the extendable feature very often. and I would always end up losing the poles cuz I didnt use them enough.

    This pole tho, I ski with every single day and I cant believe how often I extend them. I will literally get on a cattrack for a hundred yards and extend them just to help me pole for 10 seconds, and then back to short so I can charge and huck. I think the tab for extending the pole being right near the handle makes for the swing weight to be so much less, and its also very accesable there. one more great thing about the placement of that tab is that the pole is very sturdy that way. when mostly collapsed for skiing, there are two peices of alluminum, one inside the other most of the way through the pole, so they are super tough, rather than having a join in the middle/weakest point in the pole, they joint is by your handle and the pole is tough, the swing weight is less, and they have style for miles. the grip is also thin and wrapped like the handle of a baseball bat or something, it is soft and never gets iced up. I personally toss the skinny pole baskets that come on the pole and put the powder baskets that come with it on forever.

    all in all I never thought I could have some much passion for a pole, a pole is a pole, but this pole helps me more than other poles and stays strong all the time. bingo this pole is perfect.

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    • No

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    4.0

    Very light weight but very fagile

    By Skier MG from the East

    from Burlington VT

    Pros

    • Changeable baskets
    • Flexible
    • Great grip
    • Light Weight

    Cons

    • Fragile
    • Lttle pricy

    Best Uses

    • Good for grabs

    Comments about Line Skis Pollard's Paint Brush:

    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.

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