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Long and resistant poles
Highly stressed, especially during the simultaneous push or double push, where they allow the propulsion of the skier, cross-country ski poles are longer than in alpine skiing. They correspond to about 90% of their user's total height and rise from ground level to the area between his mouth and chin. Very rigid and resistant to withstand the skier’s pushes, they also have special handles that allow them to be placed behind him when skating.
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