Nordic 300 Sports Cross-country Ski Poles

Réf :
8375347
Key feature
with 30% carbon, it retains good rigidity and impact resistance
Users reviews
2.75 / 5 4 ratings
From
£34.99*

Users reviews

2.75 / 5 4 ratings
2 users recommended this product
  • Man
    40-49 years old
    28 February 2017
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    Fixierung der Schlaufen mangelhaft

    Fixierung der Schlaufen muss ständig nachjustiert werden, sobald Druck ausgeübt wird

    Brand's answer :

    Guten Tag,

    vielen Dank für dein Feedback.
    Wir bedauern, dass die Stöcke Grund zur Beanstandung geben. Bisher haben wir keine ähnliche Rückmeldung erhalten, geben das Feedback aber gerne weiter.
    Es besteht selbstverständlich die Möglichkeit, die Stöcke in einem unserer Stores oder online zu retournieren.

    Mit sportlichen Grüßen
    Katrin
    DECATHLON Team

  • Woman
    50-59 years old
    16 March 2017
    Use since 2 to 8 weeks
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    Bon

    parfait sauf les dragonnes un peu raides au début qui bléssent un peu les mains même avec des gants.

  • Man
    20-29 years old
    01 March 2017
    Use since 1 week or less
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    poignées Liège à oublier

    achetés fin janvier pour pratiquer ski skating semaine dernière, j.ai été déçu par le produit, en particulier par l'innovation des poignées. utilisés une seule fois seulement et les poignées en liège sont usées . Le Liège s'effrite a vitesse grand v, je n'imagine pas l'état de ces derniers si j'avais pratiqué non stop. je pense que cette innovation de Liège sur la poignée soit disant injectée (qui n'est pour moi qu.un simple morceau de Liège collé sur les poignées) est à oublier. je déconseille fortement. Moi qui suis un grand habitué de tous les produits decathlon en général, je suis très déçu et si il a. été testé avant d'être mis sur le marché je ne comprends qu'ils n'aient pas vu le problème sur la conception. David.

User benefits

Ergonomic grip
adjustable gauntlet and injected cork grip
Lightweight
366 g per pair in 150 cm.
Rigidity
30% carbon and 70% fibreglass tube
Stability
Small and lightweight washer considerably improves movement of the pole.
Anatomic design
skating = your height x 0.89 (+/-5 cm) / classic = your height x 0.84 (+/-5 cm).

Technical card

Composition
Shaft : 100.0% Aluminium Handle : 50.0% Polypropylene (PP), Handle : 25.0% Polyester (PES), Handle : 25.0% Styrene Ethylene Butadiene Styrene (SEBS)
Tests
Our design team is based at the foot of Mont Blanc, in Haute-Savoie (France). All year round, our designers create and develop products that are appealing, simple, and technologically advanced. These are then ruthlessly tested in the field, as we remain convinced that only through rigorous testing under real world conditions, like the ones you will be using them in, can we continue to provide you with better products than ever.
Designed to
cross-country skiers looking for rigidity and lightness in their poles
Guarantee
2 years

Tips

Storage Tips
Store poles in a dry place.
Restricted use
Not suitable for alpine skiing

Features

How to choose your pole length for skating?
The choice of pole is very important for cross-country skiing. If it is too short or too long you will have a lot of difficulty skiing properly. For skating technique: They should be long to maximise your push There are two ways to calculate the length: Length of skating poles = Skier's shoulder or Length of skating poles = Skier's height x 0.89 The length of the poles will also depend on the skier's physical attributes"
How to choose your pole length for classic skiing?
for classic technique: Alternative (or classic) ski poles are slightly shorter. Length of poles = Skier's armpit or Length of poles = Skier's height x 0.83 Once again, the length of the poles will also depend on the skier's physical attributes.
How to choose your pole?
Aluminium poles are solid, heavy and inexpensive - ideal for beginners. Fibreglass poles are more lightweight and fragile and should only be used on slopes. Carbon fibre poles and those with other very lightweight materials are durable and stiff.
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