TSL 227 Escape

Manufacturer's Description

Visit TSL's 227 Escape page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . A smooth escape into outdoor freedom is as easy as strapping into TSL's Escape Easy snowshoes, made with composite materials to generate superior softness and quiet movement compared to traditional aluminum frames. They're perfect for observing and photographing wildlife in the winter months. Available Colors: RED STRIPE, AUTHENTIC WOOD.

- Sierra Trading Post

Small and fast, the TSL 227 Escape Snowshoes are made of composite material and fitted with a ratched binding system. Put your shoes on quickly, and tighten them just as you want. Fantastic grip and accuracy on rolling terrain. Ratchet-tightening binding system with a padded strap provides a fast, secure fit. Variable-height edges of the flexible frame deliver solid contact in any direction, in all conditions. Sound and Shock Absorbing System helps you move quietly and comfortably through the snow. Hourglass shape for an easier stride when walking. Soft tapered tail gives maximum comfort on the move. Composite deck shock-tested to -40°F. Heel lift facilitates walking during long climbs and reduces calf muscle fatigue. Front crampon for traction on steep terrain. Ideal for mountain, temperate weather. Includes snowshoe bag, great for travel and storage. Made in France.


TSL built the 227 Escape Snowshoes with a tough composite frame, steel crampons, and burly ratcheting bindings to accommodate larger users who weigh over 200lb. The precisely engineered deck design provides maximum flotation with dimensions much smaller than your typical snowshoes. These compact dimensions and a curved front portion allow you to use a natural stride when walking with the 227 Escape Snowshoes. TSL finished off the features with a heel elevator that eases calf strain for uphill sections.

- Backcountry.com

TSL 227 Escape

previously retailed for:
$79.98 - $159.00

The TSL 227 Escape is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 10, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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