TSL 325 Explore Easy

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CLOSEOUTS . Size and heel lift adjustment are simple in TSL's 325 Explore Easy snowshoes. The Memory Lock system and ratchet straps provide quick tightening, and a flick of a ski pole engages the heel lift, reducing calf fatigue during long climbs. Composite, hourglass shaped deck for easier walking stride Easy Up heel lift reduces calf fatigue during long climbs Square base plate ratchet binding with ratchet toe strap Memory Lock system memorizes volume of the front toe Padded ankle ratchet strap Side adjustment system accepts any width of shoe Steel crampons Fits shoe sizes: Men's 3-1/2 to 13 Dimensions (LxW): 23-1/2x8-1/2andquot; Weight capacity: 110-260 lb. Weight: 4 lb. 12 oz. pr. Material: Frame: Composite Crampons: Steel Made in France Available Colors: EASY RED, PEARLY WHITE.

- Sierra Trading Post

Adjustable boot sizing, comfort, ease-of-use, and softness are features you will appreciate in TSL's 325 Explore Easy snowshoes. The composite deck and innovative binding system deliver support, traction, and an adjustable fit wherever your adventure takes you. Includes snowshoe bag.

- EMS

The TSL 325 Explore Easy Snowshoe makes getting out on the local trails a breeze. The sturdy hourglass shape gives you an easy, natural stride, while aluminum crampons underneath bite into the snowpack for traction and stability. Just adjust the toe box to fit your snow boots and ratchet the heel in place, and you're ready to go exploring. A heel lift mechanism reduces calf fatigue when you're trekking uphill and provides a raised platform beneath your heel to even out your steps. The snowshoes hinge from the toe with every step, shedding excess snow and making it a breeze to walk through the fluff. When you're done, you can lock down the footbed for flop-free storage and transport.

- Backcountry.com