Bought these to use with our Doublenests. They're long enough and have enough loops that we haven't yet found a combination of tree diameters and intertree distance that foils…
- Jonathan, 05/15/14
I love these tree straps so much! I was using the grand trunk tree straps witch worked very good but I didn't like how the rope would give and I would have to retighten it. th…
- Kellie, 12/20/13
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 neve…
- Kelsey, 01/06/12
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…
- Adam, 01/31/14
These are great snowshoes. I got them for my girlfriends and she has been using them every weekend. They have great traction on the button of the snowshoes, which makes hiki…
- William, 01/09/12
Bought these for my GF for a winter trip in January. We don't have snow yet around here so this review won't be complete, but right now they seem pretty nice. The quick adju…
- Derek, 12/18/12
I've had the snowshoe for five years now, but admittedly it's only had heavy use within the past year. It's been great for whatever I've thrown at it, included moderate inclin…
- KIMBERLY, 09/27/11
Great Snowshoe. I weigh around 185 and with gear around 200. I bought the 30" shoes for the extra support and they work great. In the Midwest right now we have about 24"-30…
- Garett, 02/11/14
I got these for winter hiking, and ended up trading them in for the MSR Lightning Ascents. The snowshoe was too long, there wasn't enough traction, and the climbing bars were…
- Kayla, 12/14/13
Got them last month and used them up and down the west slope of Colorado and through the badlands of North Dakota in December. The people I hiked with have probably already pl…
- Charles, 12/27/10
I have a slightly older model of the Atlas 11 series but they are great. Used these around Washington state from Rainier to the Cascades. Bindings are pretty easy to put on an…
- Adam, 12/07/10
My experience with snowshoes includes climbing in the Adirondacks and hiking around snowy upper Midwest winters. These snowshoes have everything I look for in snowshoes.
- Nathan, 01/28/14
So with all the craziness of the polar vortex these have been great for running around the park with my dog or just at this point getting to the back of my yard without going…
- Thomas, 02/25/14
Royal Oak, MI
About Atlas Snowshoes:
Atlas Snow-Shoe Company should receive credit where credit is due. Atlas has brought snowshoeing to the forefront of backcountry travel with the new technologies, such as Spring-Loaded Suspension, that they have created and patented. Atlas Snow-Shoe has made snowshoeing comfortable, fun and extremely enjoyable for beginners and experts alike. I guess beginners and experts aren't totally alike, seeing as one is a beginner and one is an expert. I'm not sure why I used that saying since it doesn't make much sense.
Atlas knows what's up when it comes to snowshoeing. The people at Atlas love to snowshoe themselves. I don't know who wouldn't enjoy the thrill and excitement of climbing down the side of a big snowy mountain in the backcountry. This love of snoeshowing and drive to create better snowshoe technologies has allowed Atlas to create an insane amount of snowshoe patents. And by insane amount, I mean over thirteen Atlas snowshoe patents. Some of these patents include the Atlas heel cleat patent, the Atlas contoured footbed patent, the Atlas Spring-Loaded Suspension system, and the Atlas switchback harness patent. I don't think you need any more proof of the awesomeness and expertise of Atlas snowshoes.
I'm sure it would make you feel good to know that Atlas snowshoes are used by the U.S. Military Special Operations Forces. Well it's true. I wouldn't lie to you. Atlas snowshoes are actually used by the U.S. Military in addition to all those professional guides, extreme athletes, and expeditionists. How exciting is that? You don't have to answer. It was a rhetorical question and I hope you understand.
What's more, Atlas knows how all people of all kinds like snowshoeing. Therefore, they have uniquely designed women's snowshoes, men's snowshoes, and snowshoes kids. Or you could just as easily say snow shoes for kids. Either way, kids like snow shoes too. If you have never snow shoed before, you are missing out on running snow shoes. Remember when you were a kid and like 30lbs and you could walk on the snow? Me either, but I have heard snowshoeing is kind of like that.
If I have done anything in this short time that I have had your attention, I hope I have opened your eyes to Atlas Snow-Shoe Company. Atlas snowshoes are top quality and you would be silly not to own at least one pair. I didn't mean to make fun of you, I'm just saying.
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