Extreme Rose white is an elegant Red ski pole with a variety of off-white roses.
Composite shaft - a flexible non-breakable metal composite that will not deform and provides a shock absorption that has proven to be safer than aluminum (we hate aluminum poles.)
Comfort grip - a softer plastic material that molds slightly for comfort.
Easy In Strap System - a patented Velcro strap to get in and out of your pole easier, it also adjusts easily to any hand size.
Hardened Metal tip - for gripping into ice if you are unfortunate enough to have to ski in such conditions. Very durable, designed to last the life of the pole (which is to say a lifetime.)
Interchangeable baskets - regular smaller diameter baskets with for normal skiing and extra groomed surface grip, and larger size for powder. They easily screw on and off.
Sublimated deep rich graphics - graphics that are permanently embedded in the pole, no more flaking of standard print on graphics.
Detailed artwork - whether you like how the pole looks or not is up to you, but there can be no denying that each and every pole in the 2009 Royal Shaft lineup is a work of art.
These poles feature a comfortable grip, Easy In Velcro strap, composite material, interchangeable baskets included (yes you get a set of both regular and powder baskets at no extra charge) , and sublimated detailed graphics. The question isn't if you should buy these poles, the question is how many you should buy. Nine pairs is the correct answer so start loading the cart.
The three level picture shows you the graphics as they appear on the poles and is taken from the artwork so you can get a real look at the wrap around graphics. The bottom picture shows you the actual colors that resulted from the detailed sublimation and ultra high resolution.
This item carries an unconditional 1-year repair/replacement warranty from Levelninesports.com. No fuss about it, if you have any issues just get it back to us and we'll freshen it up for you at no charge.
Losing baskets is not covered so please make sure that you properly push the basket into place and then snugly screw them on before hitting the slopes. Grip the middle of the pole and push the basket onto the tip while turning clockwise at the same time, the basket should be on so that none of the threads on the tip are visible.