TSL Snowshoes Move Carbon/Alu 2 Swing Snowshoe Poles - Pair

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Color:Red/black
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Adjustable, light and robust, the TSL Snowshoes Move Carbon/Alu 2 Swing snowshoe poles deliver comfort, precision and sure traction so you can cross varied terrain with efficiency and confidence.

  • Features

    • Lightweight and robust design combines a carbon upper section with an aluminum bottom section, offering efficiency, comfort and durability
    • Ergonomic EVA foam grips balance comfort and precision with 1 adjustable and 1 fixed support handle; adjustable handle lets you tune the support height, depending on slope
    • Support handles are shaped to let you instinctively change hand positions as needed, while providing natural and powerful support so you don't need an overly tight grip
    • Detachable leashes help to prevent loss of the poles on steep slopes, while instantly unclipping in the event of a fall
    • External lock system makes for quick and sure length adjustments
    • Swing System baskets can be angled by up to 20° to adapt to the terrain and be changed easily and quickly; includes 55 and 85 mm baskets
    • Durable tungsten tips add grip
    • Included Crossover end pieces feature 8 multi-crampons that adapt their shape on contact with the ground, hugging the surface to provide traction and support in varied terrain
    • In addition, the Crossover end pieces are designed to eliminate noise from the tungsten tip and prevent damage to the trail
    • Sold as a pair
    • Made in France

    Imported.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Snowshoeing

    Shaft Construction

    Upper shaft: carbon; lower shaft: 7075 aluminum

    Grip Material

    Foam

    Locking Mechanism

    External Lever Lock

    Adjustable

    Yes

    Collapsed Length (in.)

    Unavailable

    Minimum Length (in.)

    32.8 inches

    Maximum Length (in.)

    55.1 inches

    Collapsed Length (cm)

    Unavailable

    Minimum Length (cm)

    83.5 centimeters

    Maximum Length (cm)

    140 centimeters

    Basket Type

    Powder and Trekking

    Weight (Pair)

    1 lb. 0.3 oz.

    Gender

    Unisex

  • Size Chart

    32 in./80cm 34 in./85cm 36 in./90cm 38 in./95cm 40 in./100cm 42 in./105cm 44 in./110cm 46 in./115cm 48 in./120cm 49 in./125cm 52 in./130 cm 54 in./135cm 56 in./140cm 57 in./145cm 59 in./150cm 61 in./155cm 63 in./160cm 65 in./165cm 67 in./170cm 69 in./175cm 71 in./180cm
    Height Range (Downhill Skiing) < 3'4" 3'5" - 3'8" 3'9" - 4'0" 4'1" - 4'4" 4'5" - 4'8" 4'9" - 5'0" 5'1" - 5'3" 5'4" - 5'6" 5'7" - 5'9" 5'10" - 6'0" 6'1" - 6'3" 6'4" - 6'6" 6'7" +
    Height Range (XC Skiing) <4'7" 4'8"-4'9" 4'10"-4'11" 5' - 5'1" 5'2" - 5'3" 5'4" - 5'5" 5'6" - 5'7" 5'8" - 5'9" 5'10" - 5'11" 6' - 6'1" 6'2" - 6'3" 6'4"-6'5" 6'6"+
    Height Range (Skate Skiing) <4'7" 4'8"-4'9" 4'10-4'11" 5'-5'1" 5'2" - 5'3" 5'4" - 5'5" 5'6" - 5'7" 5'8" - 5'9" 5'10" - 5'11" 6'-6'1" 6'2"- 6'3" 6'4" - 6'5" 6'6"+

    Sizing Notes

    Please note, this sizing chart is meant to serve only as a guideline.

    Sizing downhill poles: Stand in your ski boots on a level floor. With your poles upside down—grips touching the floor—grab the pole beneath the basket so that the top of your thumb touches the basket. Your elbow should now be at a 90-degree angle. If the angle is less than 90 degrees, get a shorter pole. If the angle is greater, get a longer pole.

    Sizing XC poles: Stand in your XC ski boots on a level floor. Place the pole tips on the floor next to your feet. The top of the grips should reach your arm pits.

    Sizing skate poles: Stand in your skate boots on a level floor. Place pole tips on the ground with the pole shafts perpendicular to the floor. The poles should reach from the ground up to a point somewhere between your chin and your lips.



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