4.2 out of 5 based on 7 user reviews.
|great traction for icy or steep trails, easy but secure bindings, plastic feels more solid to me than the fabric type shoes.|
|The optional "extra flotation" tails are useless, IMHO - when testing them in deep powder i sank thigh deep with them or without them on, so I returned them.|
|The fancier version of this shoe has a heel lift bar that makes going uphill considerably easier on your calves.|
|Easy and strong binding, great teeth on both the foot and running the length of the shoe.|
|Poor float and down turned out side lip cranks your ankle on inclines. Heal riser bar is a must, get the upgrade with the extra floats if you must snow shoe.|
|Excellent traction when icy.|
Float tail option great when carrying a heavy overnight pack.
Works with just about any footwear.
Only brand of snowshoe I would buy!
|They are noisy. If you are looking for quiet outing in the snow look elsewhere.|
|light and great full rail crampons for traction|
|i don't have the elevator rail on mine. also they are difficult to adjust just right so they stay on but don't constrict so much you freeze your toes|
|Good traction, lightweight, durable, comfortable to wear, easy to learn on due to small size.|
|light, you can adjust the length by adding tails|
|could use a better binding system|
|Easy to get on, secure fit, light|