Suggestive of a good match with the Maestro skis, the poles with the same name are similarly designed to be reliable tools when you find yourself deep in the hills. Built with tough Ergal aluminum, the single shaft poles have no moving parts and are built to just work. The extended grips allow for choking up when traversing across a slope, and the three-quarter baskets provide support in the soft snow yet don’t lever out on the hard stuff. The Maestro Poles are worn with simple padded straps that are strong and adjustable. These are the poles you can lean on in a pinch.
- 16mm of Ergal aluminum makes for a strong, lightweight pole.
- Clip Foam handle extends down the shaft for a lower grip option.
- Evo baskets have mini-spikes underneath for less slippage.
- Alp Clip straps are comfortable, rugged, and size-adjustable.
Update 2019/20: Ski Trab gave these poles a new coat of paint, but otherwise they remain the same.
Update 2021/22: Same fantastic pole, splash of yellow to add some color and spice things up.
|Lengths (cm)||110, 115, 120, 125, 130, 135, 140, 145|
|Weight (pair)||452g |
|Basket & Tip||3/4 Evo basket with hardened tip|
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|Notes||Can choke up on the handles|
|Bottom Line||Simple reliable aluminum design|
|Compare to other Fixed Length Ski Poles|
Questions & Reviews
are the tips of the poles suitable for hiking purposes too? I am asking because they are offered as ski poles.
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