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Don’t underestimate the benefits of good ski poles. They must be strong for planting turns, lightweight so your arms don’t tire, and flexible enough so they won’t break during a fall.
With your poles upside down, grab the pole beneath the basket so that the top of your thumb touches the basket. If your elbow is at a 90-degree angle (approximately), you’ve found the right size. If the angle of your elbow is less than 90 degrees, you need a shorter pole. If it’s more than 90 degrees, you need a longer pole.
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