New to pole and looking for a starter level pole, but don’t want to sacrifice quality for price? The X-POLE SPORT is made for you.
So easy to set up you don’t even need a ladder. Height adjustable, with no permanent fixings, available in a range of finishes and pole diameter(45mm), there’s a SPORT pole to suit every preference (and budget!).
The SPORT pole is only available in static/non-spinning to ease the new poler in to their journey.
Static/non-spinning mode only
Pressure mounted pole that fits heights between 7’ 4” to 9’
Optional extensions for ceiling heights above 9’ up to 11’
Available in Powder Coat (Black) & Stainless Steel finishes
Easy to install and user friendly
Perfect for starting your pole journey
Safe, sturdy and full instruction manuals/instructional videos available
Disassembled quickly for easy storage and transport
Carry case included
No screws, bolts or drilling needed to set up the SPORT range of poles
For static and spinning poles, check out the XPERT Pro.
Unfortunately, the SPORT pole will not work on slanted/vaulted ceilings.
Powder Coat Black, Stainless Steel
*Processing and shipping can take up to 5 business days FOR IN STOCK ITEMS ONLY with the exception of pre-orders. Pre-order dates may vary please check specific items on the website!
If you need any technical help, please check our FAQ section. Thank you!
If you item is on backorder, we will ship once our stock is replenished.
Using a pole on a carpet is fine, but remember that when you tighten the pole, the carpet will compress anywhere from 1/2-2 inches, so please be aware of this when measuring your ceiling and after initial set-up you may need to re-tighten.
Unfortunately, SPORT poles do not have this option.
How long does it take to put up a pole?
Once you know the ceiling height, an X-POLE only takes minutes to put up and take down.
The first time you put the pole up, you MUST read your manual first. This may take longer, but it will mean that you remember all the safety aspects when you put your X-POLE up! When you know how to do it, it’s just a matter of working out which extension to use… and we have a chart for that!