TSL Snowshoes 305 Phoenix Snowshoes

Color: Night
Size: 21.5 IN

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For winter hikes on rolling terrain, the TSL 305 Phoenix snowshoes provide versatile performance and durability with their recycled plastic frames, easy wraparound fastening and sharp front teeth.


  • Recycled plastic frames with a 3D design and hourglass shape help prevent you from slipping while going uphill, while providing grip for sidehill and downhill sections
  • Flexible bindings provide a high level of foot flexibility
  • 305 snowshoes have a maximum recommended load of 180 lbs.
  • Easy-to-use lock adjustments memorize your shoe size for all your snowshoeing outings
  • Boa® Fit System in front delivers a fast, effortless fit that's easy to adjust; precision fit increases power transfer through the snowshoes for greater agility and speed
  • Lateral adjust offers greater comfort with a side adjustment system that will accept any width of shoe and provide maximum foot hold
  • Bimaterial comfort ankle straps tighten through a ratchet system for a secure and fast fit
  • Sound and Shock Absorbing System (SSAS) in the heels reduces walking noise for a quieter snowshoeing experience
  • Sharp front teeth and 6 replaceable steel spikes along the sides provide maximum traction on steep terrain
  • Includes a bag for transport and storage


Max recommended load specification includes weight of hiker with gear.
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Technical Specs

Best Use


Snowshoe Terrain

Rolling Terrain

Snowshoe Closure

Dial Lace

Max Recommended Load

180 pounds

Frame Material

Recycled plastic

Deck Material


Crampon Material

Stainless steel

Toe Crampon


Heel Crampon


Side Traction


Heel Lift



21.6 x 8 inches

Weight (Pair)

3 lbs. 8.3 oz.




Contains recycled materials

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