TSL Snowshoes Connect Carbon 5 Cross WT Swing Poles

TSL Snowshoes Connect Carbon 5 Cross WT Swing Poles
TSL Snowshoes Connect Carbon 5 Cross WT Swing Poles
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Connect Carbon 5 Cross WT Swing Poles by TSL Snowshoes
TSL's Connect Carbon 5 Poles have all of the features we need for greater comfort and efficiency when traveling on snow. These carbon fiber poles have a folding shaft, so they take up less space in a pack as you get to the trailhead. TSL's Cross foam grip has a longer section, allowing us to choke up on the grip when on steeper terrain. With their Magnetic Strap System, the Connect Carbon's WT strap can be detached with the push of a button, so we can get into our backpacks without having to remove the strap or gloves. Finally, the Swing style baskets pivot around the central point to provide stability on uneven surfaces, so we can confidently move through new zones during the winter months.

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