Made from 7075 T6 Series 4 Aluminum, these poles are constructed with the strongest commercially available, aircraft-grade aluminum alloy and are twice as strong as the industry standard, rated to 75,000 PSI.

  • Overall Length: 49″
  • Length of Straight Section: 35″
  • Diameter of Straight Section: 0.73″
  • Length of Taper: 14″
  • Diameter @ End of Taper: 0.46″
  • Powder Coated: “Eddie” Orange
  • Weight: 195 grams
  • I have not used this product or even seen one for that matter but it solves the constant problem of not having anywhere to get ski poles/ mallet shafts. The price is $15.99. A little steep when compared to the $4 – $6 some thrift stores charge per used ski pole. But with thrift stores there is still the crossing your fingers that they even have some. Also that they are aluminum, straight, long enough, and not beat up too much. Any way, there was a time when people only played on beater bikes, but now some people are building up new frames for polo. Likewise, players are going to start making mallets out of new shafts.

    More info: Ben’s Cycle