TSL Snowshoes  Highlander Instinct Snowshoes

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With lightweight Boa®-laced bindings, the TSL Snowshoes Highlander Instinct snowshoes move with you comfortably up and down the mountain and offer excellent grip on all types of snow.

Features

  • Boa Fit System bindings are flexible and simple to tighten, conforming to your shoes and freeing your heels from pressure points
  • Easy-to-use lock adjustment memorizes your shoe size for all your snowshoeing outings
  • Easy Ascent Sound and Shock Absorbing System (SSAS) heel lifts activate by simply pushing them with your trekking pole (poles not included)
  • Heel lifts stay under your heels regardless of shoe size and avoid punching effects
  • Rocker cushions your step, helping to guide your foot through the walking process on flat surfaces or inclines
  • Patented composite teeth beneath the rear rocker of the snowshoes cut and expel snow, ensuring enhanced grip for downhill sections
  • Structured frame and crossbars help guarantee control and traction on soft and compact snow
  • Two 2-way, stainless-steel crampons are positioned beneath the base of the foot for initial contact with snow
  • Sharp, multitooth, stainless-steel grip offers maximal traction on steep inclines and withstands the test of time
  • Interchangeable grips are located around the edges of the frame; 3D design and hourglass shape give you an easier stride and help prevent you from slipping
  • Includes snowshoe bag
  • 100% repairable

Imported.

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

Best Use

Snowshoeing

Snowshoe Terrain

Mountain Terrain

Snowshoe Closure

Dial Lace

Frame Material

Plastic

Deck Material

Plastic

Crampon Material

Steel crampons

Toe Crampon

Yes

Heel Crampon

Yes

Side Traction

Yes

Heel Lift

Yes

Gender

Unisex

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