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Pacer One Vaulting Pole


Pacer is one of the longest-standing brands in vaulting pole technology, with a solid reputation to match.  The Pacer One vaulting pole is a very versatile pole for beginner and intermediate athletes, and a firm favourite with coaches looking for a well-performing, excellent value-for-money pole.


Support the best technique

The Pacer One design 'slows down' the bend, allowing more time to rotate into vertical position.  This enables athletes to focus more on their form and technique, taking control of the jump rather than rushing to keep up with the pole.


Designed with Gills exclusive Best Flex technology and engineered from the industry’s strongest fibreglass material, the Pacer One vaulting pole promises to stay in your pole vault collection forever. 


The Pacer One's combination of strength and flex make it ideal for beginner to intermediate athletes seeking a robust pole for training and competition.  It is also a very reliable choice for clubs and coaches seeking a great value, long-lasting pole for their quiver.



  • Manufactured in the US by Gill Porter
  • One year manufacturer's warranty
  • Available 9' to 13' in 10lb increments from 60 - 160lbs


Length and body weight options

We are currently increasing our stock of Pacer Poles, held in our Devon warehouse for next-day dispatch.  Other sizes are available to order with longer lead times.  Please contact us to discuss 

  • 3.35m (11'): 80, 90, 100, 120 lbs
  • 3.5m (11'6"): 100, 110 lbs
  • 3.8m (12'6"): 140, 150 lbs

See our metric/imperial conversion chart to check your weight and pole length.

Warning: Poles must not be used without the protective bung (supplied).  Spare bungs are available here.


Unsure which is the right pole?

For more information on how to choose a vaulting pole, see our 'How to Choose a Vaulting Pole' article.

Pole vaulter going over the bar.  Link to Neuff Athletic's 'How to Choose a Vaulting Pole' article