Kahtoola FLIGHTdeck TS


TS traction system approximately 16 oz per pair
Gypsy FLIGHTdeck 2.75 lbs (44 oz) per pair
Total Gypsy weight 3.75 lbs (60 oz
Gemini FLIGHTdeck 2.9 lbs (47 oz) per pair
Total Gemini weight 3.9 lbs (63 oz)

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Manufacturer's Description

The FLIGHTdeck TS comes equipped with the Two Step (TS) traction system, a universal snowshoe binding that doubles as a traction device when not clicked into the deck. This universal cleated binding has secure ratchet straps that adjust to accommodate a range of footwear from running shoes to insulated winter boots, offering enthusiasts exceptional traction on hard packed icy trails without the use of a snowshoe. The TS traction system provides solid traction in the forefoot and mid-foot with five ½" to ¾" stainless steel cleats which include the patent-pending SkyHook for clicking into the FLIGHTdeck.

Gypsy: 8" x 23"
Gemini: 8.5" x 24"

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Like conventional snowshoes, Kahtoola's FLIGHTdeck TS provides the flotation you need when hiking in untracked snow. It's two products in one: a step-in snowshoe for powder, and a durable, adjustable, traction system that fits over your shoes or boots for ice and packed snow. The whole system is lightweight - a mere 59 or 64 oz, depending on the model - and super easy to carry. Now you can adapt to changing snow conditions with finesse.

- CampSaver.com

Kahtoola makes it easy to explore the backcountry with the FLIGHTdeck TS29 Snowshoe. This two-part snowshoe system features an adjustable traction component that slips over your shoes or boots and gives you a grip on ice or packed snow. When you hit the untracked, knee-deep powder, just step into the lightweight, 29-inch snowshoe deck and go'no need to remove the gloves to fuss with straps and buckles.

- Backcountry.com