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MSR Evo Snowshoes

MSR Evo Snowshoes is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 35.
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Product Description Item No.   10260088

The MSR Evo Snowshoes are a trail snowshoe for traction across rolling terrain. The 22 inch length carries loads up to 180 lbs and is ready to play close to home on a day trip or a several day adventure trek into the backcountry. An 8 inch width allows for a normal, unisex gait and a pair weighs in at 3 lbs 10 oz. Steel traction bars and crampons with additional traction bars molded directly into the plastic body allow for sturdy grip along various types of snow. The plastic deck is all about durability and also helps keep the weight lower. The DuoFit bindings are super easy to use, even with mittens or gloves on, and won't freeze so once you arrive at your destination, you can have them off in a jiffy. If your adventure takes you into deep powder or you're carrying a heavier pack, add the 6-inch Float Tails (sold separately) to your Evos for a good time.

FEATURES of the MSR Evo Snowshoes

  • UniBody Deck with Integrated Traction: Steel traction rails and brake bars molded directly into snowshoe decks provide a secure and lasting grip
  • DuoFit Binding delivers ample, freeze-proof and glove-friendly security, easily accommodating a wide range of footwear
  • Optional Modular Flotation tails allow for the maneuverability of a smaller shoe with the on-demand flotation of a tail for powder or heavier loads
  • Classic Crampon

- + Product Specifications
Weight: 58 oz
Frame Material: Plastic
Disclaimer: We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Crampon Material: Steel
Gender: Unisex, Mens
Best Use: Snowshoeing
Max Load: 180 lbs / 250 lbs with tails
Snowshoe Length: 22 in.
Snowshoe Terrain: Rolling
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best all-around snowshoe that I know of I have used Denali snowshoes for almost twenty years and almost on a daily basis when the snow is down. Used in everything from deep snow (not much powder here) to snowshoeing to work (crusty snow, ice-covered banks, slush covered roads) and works on it all. Lightenings are are better in untracked, deep snow but anything else the Denalis/Evos are at least as good. I prefer the traction bars to the traction frames of the Lightenings because more forgiving if you overlap while moving. Only thing that I would like to see is a longer, 25", version, better than tails.
Date published: 2015-06-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Add heel lift and its an easy 5 star Gottem out on the trail and they were nice. Turns easy, holds well going down hill and comfy for the 5 hours i got to spend in them. The straps were comfortable. No blisters or rawness. I havent had them in desp snow yet so can't say how the floatation tails work yet. It has no heel lift which isn't a big deal for me until i add the tails on. Then i think I might be looking for them. Who knows, time will tell for me. So in short, They are well made, Well thought out, nicely balanced, comfortable, inexpensive, very maneuverable,grip well and pretty light. The only issue i have is the heel lifters.
Date published: 2015-12-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for specific conditions My wife and I have used our Evo snowshoes for two seasons now and we are quite happy with them. They are perfect for snow that has drifted and packed; the teeth provide excellent traction and the floatation is decent as long as the snow isn't too soft. If the snow is fluffy and deep, these are of little use - just not enough floatation. Now that we know what types of use are appropriate for the Evos we know when to pull them out. The build quality is good, though the tightening straps can be annoying as they tend to come undone if not under tension for a moment. I'd give them 3.5 stars.
Date published: 2016-01-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for Beginners These snowshoes are great for beginners. They are easy to use and pretty intuitive to strap on. They go well over normal shoes or even snowboarding boots as seen in the picture. Some friends and I walked up Butler's Gulch near Denver with these and then boarded down, and there was no issues. Mine did come off once or twice, but I think I did not strap it in correctly, as this was my first time using snow shoes. We were walking on both powder and packed snow. They seem durable enough that they would last a few good years.
Date published: 2016-01-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Women's snowshoe I've had these for a few years and have used them in all kinds of snow conditions..Mine have the televator bar, but the problem I have is if I wear my leather boots the bar misses if I have my boot up where it hits the pivot spot. I have a small foot size 6 womens and I have to make a choice each time, to use the elevated bar or get the pivot point right on my boot..Wish they had different sizes for us smaller women...The straps are also so long they flop even with the hooks.. But I do love the weight and size of them!
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best basic snowshoe These snowshoes leap frogged all the old, traditional style snow shoes that only have traction under the foot and simply have tubes around the edges. The traction of the steel rails that run alongside both edges of the shoe is especially noticeable when traversing steep slopes. These snowshoes are great for on and off trail adventures. However, I recommend upgrading to a fully featured MSR model with a televator bar for steeper terrain, as I have appreciated the calf relief from having the bar on winter volcano climbs.
Date published: 2014-12-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tough snowshoe Our family owns 4 pairs of Denali, and one pair of Evo. There is a reason a lot of rental places use these snowshoes. They are tough; have a great warranty and follow-up support; parts are available for repairs (rarely needed though); you can add tails to make the shoes longer for different snow conditions. It's like having 2 pairs of snowshoes in one. I don't abuse mine but I do use them every day all winter long for at least 3 months for the past 8 years. That's a lot of miles. I only needed a repair once and MSR just saw the shoe and handed me new bindings. No questions asked. A breath of fresh air compared to dealing with other companies and their products made off shore. The only minor drawback is that they can be noisy on hard packed trails. You can't go wrong with MSR.
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Old friends I've had these for over 15 years. Gained weight since then. But they still seem to have good float. Binding makes one foot stick to the outside and I've never been able to fix. But it never really bothered me besides cosmetic
Date published: 2016-02-07
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I am a beginner at snowshoeing aka never done it before! I know which type of MSR shoes are recommended for beginners but any other advice that I need? Certain type of boots, etc.? Thanks!

Asked by: Claire
Hiya Claire, thanks for the question! MSR Evo snowshoes are a good choice for beginners, so you're off to a great start!. When selecting boots, you have a few options... Waterproof Hiking Boots are comfortable, lightweight and somewhat flexible, but water could soak in the upper material. Winter Boots are insulated and warm, and most of them have removable liners to dry out but they are bulky, stiff and not intended for all day wear. They are not very breathable. Mountaineering Boots are also insulated and warm, and have removable liners but the soles are thick and might be hard to move in. In addition to boots, you'll probably want trekking or ski poles for comfort and stability. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-10-04
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