Perfect for your speed and agility, bright and vibrant for your style and equipped with features for your comfort is the WC SL Race Ski Pole. This adult ski pole by Scott is great for racing speed events. There are Strike RC and Strike Straps attached to the poles that ergonomically engineered for right and left hand grips. They also feature a neoprene platform for increased hand support and a Velcro fastener for easy adjustment. The special racing tip of the ski pole is engineered specifically for racing and used by world class racers. Ski like your favorites with the WC SL Race Ski Pole. Other features offered with this pole is the DH cone. This was engineered and developed using a wind tunnel and computer-aided design. The DH cone combines the optimal integration of ultra-lightweight engineering and flowing aerodynamic lines. Also, the Notch Strike is a grip that as been anatomically engineered using soft thermoplastic rubber and polypropylene. Don't worry about this weighing down your pole and making it difficult for you to ski. The Notch Strike is lightweight and has a streamline profile that facilitates the wrist articulation when necessary. It will give you the textbook downhill tuck or grab you need. The WC SL pole is made with series 4 aluminum, also known as S4. This means that the pole is construed with the strongest commercially available aircraft-grade aluminum alloy and are twice as strong as the industry standard, rated to 75,000 psi. As you can see, the engineering of this pole is not your average. It was created for racers who want to win comfortably in style.
These poles are great, I used to strickly use Swix poles but I had to have the green color and I couldn't be happier. I have very small hands and the fingers on the grip aren't too pronounced to make them uncomfortable since my hands don't span the entire grip.
Q: Hi again, I have another question about the Scott WC SL poles. The ones displayed on your site appear different than the ones on Amazon I just looked at. The graphics on those are black/ green vs just Green. Also the ones on your site have cone tips, whereas the ones on Amazon have ice tips and the straps look shorter. Ideally, I'd like the longer straps and the ice tips. Are the models from either site from 2 different years. Thanks, John
A:The image of the pole comes from the Scott, that image also shows the tip protectors on the poles that Scott uses to ship them with. To the best of my knowledge they have a pretty standard strap length. I do not have specific measurements, nor am I aware of any longer straps. It is hard to tell exactly what Amazon listing that you are looking at.