First post here, thanks for the wealth of information thus far.
Okay, so I have a pair of Atomic "Daddy" carbon ski poles. They are extraordinarily light, and lasted me the better part of a season skiing with them before I wiped out and snapped one of them in two.
Recently, I stopped by Fiberlay in Seattle to pick up some carbon fiber and resin to patch the thing up, fixed it, made the mistake of skiing with them and broke it again. Now I have a mess of carbon on my pole and I am thinking of replacing the whole lower.
I am quite attached to the poles because of the fiscal consequences of replacing them. Before I dive into another round or laying up carbon...
Does anyone have any other bright ideas?