Ski poles are used to support forward, control balance, guide changes and support the body when we ski. Except for ski jumping, aerial skiing, and snowboarding, ski poles are used in other projects, which is an indispensable tool for skiers to control their center of gravity.
When choosing, we should be based on the principles of light weight, not easy to break, good balance, and suitable for our height. Generally counted from the snow-blocking wheel, the longest is no more than a shoulder, and the shortest is no less than the next. You can pass through the leather bracelet and hold the stick and wave his hand. Generally divided into alpine poles, cross-country poles and free ski ballet poles. Generally, the height of the elbow from the ground after the arm is drooping is used as the length of the ski pole. Beginners can choose longer ski poles, and when the skills improve, choose shorter ski poles. Generally the length of ski poles is 80-130cm.
Wear on the ski poles, which can be put on the wrist to prevent falling off. The snow wheel can prevent the ski poles from being inserted too deep in the snow, and give the skier a stable fulcrum at the moment of high-speed sliding.
Related matters needing attention when choosing ski poles.
1. When choosing, we should take the principle of light weight, not easy to break, good balance, and suitable for our height.
2. Wear on the ski poles (using high-strength polyester webbing), which can be put on the wrist to prevent it from falling off. The snow wheel can prevent the ski poles from being inserted too deep in the snow, and give the skier a stable fulcrum at the moment of high-speed sliding.
3. Try to choose aluminum ski poles, because ski poles made of this traditional material have always been the mainstream in the market, and more importantly, its manufacturing process is mature. And this ski pole is not expensive.