if you must know though, scott and leki both make good poles. swix makes race poles, very light, dont know how they would hold up in the park. they are really thin but pretty durable (never seen a broken or bent swix pole)
Iíve said it before, but whoever designed our bodies wasnít keeping in mind all the dope shit we wanted to do with them! -TJ
"Gapers and park go together like chinese food and pudding."-ILLinoisance
"I love how they can't speak english so they have to communicate in Wutang."
if you want round grips, just take off the ones on your poles (usually just heat them up with hot water or a hair dryer), and put on round bicycle grips. in most cases the pole will be too thin, I usually just wrap a bunch of layers of hockey tape around the area where I want the grip to go, a bit thicker than the width of the grip, and then jam the grip on top. hockey tape is kind of spongy, so it will compress nicely but also sticky enough to hold it in place.
if you dont want to go through the work, and dont mind spending the money, Line poles are definitely sick, my bro has a pair. But he also managed to bend them nicely just getting on a lift... when you spend $5 on the poles and $20 on bike grips, the poles are easily expendable and you can just keep transferring the grips