/ NEW REVIEW: Grivel Trail Pole
"A pole's a pole right? That's what I thought until I saw the Grivel Trail pole on a stand in Snellsport in Chamonix. It looked different to the other poles on the stand – lighter and sleeker with no lumpy plastic joints. On closer inspection I realised that the pole folds up a bit like an avalanche probe – this I immediately realised was a revolution in poles! That's a dramatic statement, but here's why it's true..."
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