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Atlas Montane 25 Snowshoe

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Product Description Item No.   10314886

FEATURES of the Atlas Montane 25 Snowshoe

  • Added bonus of heel lift bar to ease calf strain
  • Designed to handle variable mountainous terrain
  • Suspension absorbs impact and lets your foot flex naturally side-to-side for a comfortable
  • Flex provides deeper crampon penetration into the slope
  • Steep climbs calf muscles tire quickly and traction decreases when your foot matches the slope angle
  • Built on the renowned fit and arch support of the Wrapp platform
  • Built with lightweight durable 6000- and 7000-series aluminum
  • V-frames are used on all Atlas snowshoes including our new Youth Series
  • Wider traction tabs on the sides and corners complement sharp front and rear points for confident hiking
  • Sharp ridges of our side rails augment the downhill function of the heel cleat
  • Running parallel to the snowshoe frame for solid footing

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Features: Heel Lift
Weight: 72.2 oz
Frame Material: Aluminum
Deck Material: Nytex
Crampon Material: Stainless steel
Best Use: Snowshoeing
Max Load: 120 - 200 lbs
Snowshoe Length: 25 in.
Snowshoe Terrain: Mountainous
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What type of boot would you recommend for the Women's Electra Montana 23 Montana?

Asked by: G2G1
Hiya G2G1, thanks for your question! It depends on your budget and if you plan to use the boot for purposes other than winter wear. Insulated, waterproof winter boots with thick soles and rubber/leather uppers are ideal but leather hiking boots will work too. Some people like to get a boot that they can use to hike in the summer and snow shoe in the winter. Most hiking boots are not heavily insulated so if you go that route, you'll have to wear warm wool or synthetic socks with wicking liners promote warm, dry feet. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Alice in Wanderland
Date published: 2017-12-19
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