TSL Outdoor Hiking Poles - Designed for Every Adventure
Improve Stability and Balance
Poles for snowshoeing provide additional points of contact with the ground, enhancing stability and balance. On uneven terrain or when traversing slopes, adjustable poles become invaluable aids in maintaining an upright posture.
A Commitment to Quality
At TSL Outdoor, our commitment to quality and innovation shines through in each hiking and trekking pole. Our Trekking poles are known for their adaptability and resilience. Whether you’re traversing icy terrains or hiking up a hill, our poles - from the Connect, Tour, and Move series - serve as reliable companions.
Made in the French Alps, our poles represent a blend of innovation, quality, and the spirit of adventure.
A Variety of Snowshoes Poles
Visit our online store to explore our collection of poles for snowshoeing. With varied lengths, adjustable mechanisms, and ergonomic designs, our poles cater to diverse needs and preferences.
What is the optimum length for snowshoes poles?
When it comes to snowshoes poles, having the right equipment is crucial for comfort, safety, and overall enjoyment. When choosing your snowshoes poles, make sure you choose the right length and size:
||Recommended Pole Length
|5 ft. or shorter
||100 cm (39 in.)
|5 ft. 1 in. to 5 ft. 7 in.
||110cm (43 in.)
|5 ft. 8 in. to 5 ft. 11 in.
||120cm (47 in.)
|6 ft. or taller
130cm (51 in.)
Are gaiters necessary for snowshoeing, besides snowshoes poles?
While snowshoeing, you should also wear hiking gaiters because they will prevent ice or snow from getting into your boots. Hiking gaiters provide effective protection for your boots and ankles during hikes by shielding them from external elements. These gear are especially crucial when snowshoeing as they prevent snow or ice from entering your boots.
Keeping your feet dry is essential to avoid blisters and lower the risk of frostbite. It's important to invest in high-quality, waterproof hiking gaiters that offer impenetrable barriers, ensuring complete protection for your ankles, boots, legs, and feet as you navigate snowy terrains with your snowshoes.