Wyeast Ski Poles
Wyeast Ski Poles
Wyeast Ski Poles
Wyeast Ski Poles
Wyeast Ski Poles
Wyeast Ski Poles
Wyeast Ski Poles
Wyeast Ski Poles
Wyeast Ski Poles
Wyeast Ski Poles
Wyeast Ski Poles
Wyeast Ski Poles
Wyeast Ski Poles

Wyeast Ski Poles

Regular price$120.00
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NEW FOR 2024

  • Lock-on basket attachment | No more lost baskets
  • Extended Handle Top Cap | For easier heel riser and binding adjustment

The Folkrm Wyeast Ski Poles feature an extended EVA ergonomic grip to accommodate quick pole length adjustments to adapt to the current terrain you are in. 

Simply adjust your hand position on the pole to lengthen or shorten it for on the go pole length adjustment.


  • Aircraft grade 7075 aluminum alloy shaft
  • Easily removable strap for when skiing in avalanche terrain
  • Molded and rubberized top cap for riser flips and toe locking
  • Locking freeride powder basket
  • Ultralight weight (8oz/227g)
  • Simple huck proof design


If you like a longer pole for backcountry skiing, we recommend sizing the Wyeast Ski Pole 5-10 cm (2-6 inches) longer than a standard ski pole. When skiing downhill, 5-10 cm of the pole should be above your hand.

For standard pole sizing please follow the chart below.  

Pole Size Height
105 cm (42 in) 5' 1" and below
115 cm (45 in) 5' 2" - 5' 6"
125 cm (49 in) 5' 7" - 5' 11"
135 cm (53 in) 6' 0" - 6' 6"
145 cm (57in) 6' 6" and above


Customer Reviews

Based on 175 reviews
Michelle Martin
Would not recommend

Bought a pair for my boyfriend for Christmas 2023 he skied 8 times with them and the top handle broke off. Did not even last a season of skiing, we are skiing at ski resorts, normal wear/use.

Kevin Petrone

Poles are great!

Love these fixed length super long-grip poles.

Make sure you super tighten the baskets or they unscrew themselves.


Favorite ski poles on the market!!

Seems weird, feels right

Out of box first thoughts were, Oh not quite what I expected, and I think the recommended length is too long. No, these poles are just the right tool for the job on ski tours of all types. It’s all about feel and function. Skinning, skating, gliding, bootpacking flat or steep. It all feels right. After just a few days I developed a loose grip that naturally slides up and down the grips and naturally finds the right spot. It’s just a ski pole, but now I have the right pole that performs along with the ski’s, boots and bindings we put so much thought into. Finally a pole to complete the kit and make life a little bit easier.