TSL - Tech Tour Snowshoe (Fall 2013)

TSL - Tech Tour Snowshoe (Fall 2013)

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Description

The TSL Tech Tour snowshoe stands out for its rigidity, excellent traction and its rapid binding system that will surround all widths of shoes. Ideal for day hikes!

Features:
  • Fits boot sizes from Womens 6.5 to Mens 15
  • Lock Adjustment : This easy-to-use adjustment memorizes your shoe size for all your snowshoe outings.
  • Ratcheting ankle strap
  • Lateral Adjustment system will accept any width of shoe
  • SNOWGRAB stainless-steel crampons
  • Heel lift : With the Easy ASCENT pole-operated heel lift, there is no need to bend over to adjust your heel lift anymore. The Easy Ascent helps reduce calf fatigue during long climbs.

Specifications:

  • 20" size fits users weighing 65-155 lbs (with gear on)
  • 25" size fits users weighing 110-200 lbs (with gear on)
  • 30" size fits users weighing 155-270 lbs (with gear on)
  • All sizes are 8" wide
  • Made in the USA

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Good for general use but the front crampons not adaquate on hard snow or ice

I purchased these to upgrade from my TSL Wald in the Park models. They have great binding system and are light. My only complaint is that the one lateral crampon on the front of the binding only protrudes 5/16" beyond the bottom of the plastic binding. On hard snow or ice conditions either going up a small hill or Read More...

Good for general use but the front crampons not adaquate on hard snow or ice

I purchased these to upgrade from my TSL Wald in the Park models. They have great binding system and are light. My only complaint is that the one lateral crampon on the front of the binding only protrudes 5/16" beyond the bottom of the plastic binding. On hard snow or ice conditions either going up a small hill or down they do not grip. They slide out underneath your foot. On a steep hill going up is fine due to the toe crampon but normally it never touches the ground. I have contacted TSL about this issue but I have not received any response. A simple fix would be a replacement crampon that extended farther beyond the base of the binding with maybe two lateral cleats instead of one. If I can't get any response from TLS I will probably fabricate just such a crampon to make them more usable.


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