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Cold Pole

Cold Pole

[ August 31, 2009 - 6:13pm ]
Cold Pole
A long-forming trend for entrepreneurs seems to be creating products that combine skiing and drinking. How resourceful.

A long-forming trend for entrepreneurs seems to be creating products that combine skiing and drinking in an incredibly contrived manner. (Insulated fanny packs or ski boot bucklers with wine keys, anyone?) But the Cold Pole is actually pretty awesome. Unscrew the top of the grip, and you can pour in your favorite beverage for storage inside of the shaft. It even comes with a funnel and a wired cleaning brush. Depending on the length, each pole stores around 8 ounces of liquid—just make sure you don’t fill it with something that will freeze.

Pros: Novelty. Attention in the lift line.

Cons: Makes the pole heavy. Can’t drink subtly (see photo.)



Cold Pole


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hahaha wow

hahaha wow

   We were soodering our

   We were soodering our poles in the 80's. The metal work better than the fiberglass. They hold MORE!!! 

 Davisw999 were you at Copper Mountain?

Back in the mid-eighties I

Back in the mid-eighties I rode the chair lift with a guy who had a pair of these (homemade?).  Of course, he was already hammered when he opened up both poles and drained their contents from full...

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