SW45640

Swobbit 2-4' Perfect Telescoping Pole

Swobbit 2-4' Perfect Telescoping Pole
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2-4' Perfect Telescoping Pole

Features:
  • Telescopes from 2' to 4' (0.6M - 1.2M) making it ideal for boats 25' and under, and vehicles
  • It's also perfect for use with our Gaff Hook and Net to land that big catch
  • No-look tracking system for foolproof adjustments
  • Teardop design makes Perfect Pole up to 67% stronger than other telescoping handles
  • Outer pole is made of custom extruded, heat treated, anodized aluminum
  • Inner pole is made of drawn 6063 T8 heat treated, anodized aluminum
  • Comfortable hand grip
  • Designed to work with Swobbit System Uni-Snap quick release accessories


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Swobbit 2-4' Perfect Telescoping Pole SW45640 SWOBBIT 2-4' PERFECT POLE
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