Spring-Loaded Suspension: An Atlas tenet from the beginning, Atlas' patented Spring-Loaded Suspension (SLS) keeps the snowshoe close underfoot for easy maneuvering and suspends your foot so it can move freely with its intended articulation, absorbing impact, flexing naturally side-to-side, and allowing deeper crampon penetration into the slope
Wrap Family Bindings: The mainstay of our Mountain Hiking snowshoes, the Wrap Pro, Wrap Plus, and new Wrap Swift bindings offer a range of customization and features, all built around a platform of gender-specific lasts, exceptional arch support and one-pull Uniloop design for superior performance and fit
V-Frames: A proprietary Atlas shape, our sturdy aluminum V-Frames track straight in deep snow, and the tapered tail pulls less snow as you step forward, saving your energy
The turned-up tail of the V-frame rolls easily into each step for a natural gait
Heel Lift Bar
Tempered Steel All-Trac Toe Crampon
Tempered Steel Traverse Trac Rails
The SPECS for 25"
Length: 25" / 64 cm
Surface Area: 176 square inches / 1.14 square meter
Weight: par pair: 4.58 lbs / 2.07 kg
Load: 120 - 200 lbs / 54 - 91 kg
The SPECS for 30"
Length: 30" / 76 cm
Surface Area: 222 square inches / 1.43 square meter
Weight: par pair: 4.85 lbs / 2.2 kg
Load: 150 - 250 lbs / 68 - 113 kg
The SPECS for 35"
Length: 35" / 89 cm
Surface Area: 270 square inches / 1.74 square meter
I am a smaller guy and the 1025's are perfect for me. They are very easy to put on and the bindings stay tight. These snowshoes have worked great every time I have used them; from powder to hard packed snow these snowshoes have never disappointed me.
I'll preface by saying I'm 6'2", 240 lbs. I have never used snowshoes before, so I was hesitant to buy them. But, I was told to buy the biggest pair you can, so that lead me to these 10x35's. I really, really love them! I mostly walk flat ground around here with the occasional hard drift. I found that the suspension system really makes these feel like your walking with normal boots. The shoe stays parallel (or toe up) to the ground, so as you walk you can do as you normally do with your foot. And, since I typically walk with my toes slightly pointed out, the boot binding is also toed outwards, so the shoes stay parallel to each other, rather than crossing on themselves. The boot bindings are top notch, and very easy to set up and use. When walking sideways on inclines with hard snow/ice, the metal grippers held well with little to no slip.One suggestion for a rook like me: you can walk straight up an incline, but walk sideways down because they will slip some.
I got these snowshoes for my Dad as they were the only ones that would work for the weight limit he was looking for. I've been pleased thus far with the ordering & delivery plus they were a heck of a lot cheaper than the regular retailer i would normally buy recreational equipment from.
Got these for my dad for Christmas. We went out snowshoeing together and he loved them. He said the bindings were great, simple to use, held his foot firmly in place, and never came loose. He was a little skeptical at first switching from the good ol' wood frame and moose hide snow shoes, but I think these sold him. He is a bigger guy, about 6'4" and 260, and these kept him afloat perfectly. Great snowshoes, definitely recommend.