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  • Single Boa Closure system lets you make on-the-fly fit adjustments with just one gloved hand
  • Lightweight, durable aluminum frames give you a natural stride
  • V-Rail heel crampons supply maximum traction for uphill, traverse and downhill
  • Contour Frame is ergonomic for a natural stride and has optimized surface area with great snow-shedding capability
  • Durable connect fastener system offers optimized lateral traction
  • Lightec decking is durable, lightweight and flexible in temps down to -40°F/C
  • Multidirectional traction, high-carbon steel front crampons work well on all terrains and snow conditions
  • Freeflex pivot absorbs shock and offers free foot rotation for an efficient stride
  • Contact harness system with EVA padding creates 360° retention for optimal support on various terrain conditions
  • Gradient heel raiser reduces calf fatigue while climbing
  • Supports a recommended load of 200 - 300 lbs. including hiker plus gear


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Best Use Snowshoeing
Snowshoe Terrain Mountain Terrain
Max Recommended Load 300 pounds
Frame Material Aluminum
Deck Material Plastic
Crampon Material Carbon steel
Toe Crampon Yes
Heel Crampon Yes
Side Traction Yes
Heel Lift Yes
Dimensions 36 x 10 inches
Weight Per Pair 5 lbs. 14.4 oz.
Gender Men's
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent snowshoes for all-terrain use I bought my Blizzard II snowshoes in January 2016 even though we didn't have any snow on the ground. We eventually got enough that I was able to use them, and all I can say is these are some GREAT snowshoes. The bindings are super comfortable, super secure, and super easy to get into and out of. They fit all sizes of boots, from my Keen Koven Polar boots I use for local treks in milder weather to my huge Sorel Conquests for subzero temps and deep snow. The control is excellent, with the snowshoes tracking well and not feeling loose on the feet. I wasn't too sure about the BOA closure when I first saw it; it looked fragile with its thin cables and small knob. It didn't take long before I was sold on it for its speed, adjustability, and compatibility with gloves. Pressure is spread evenly over your foot, and the snowshoes fit perfectly like your favorite pair of hiking boots. Traction is excellent on loose and compacted powder. Toe crampons have 7 large, spade-shaped points that dig in and hold even in icy crust, and the modified V-shaped heel crampons provide effective braking. On ascents, descents, and traverses, footing is very secure and extra care doesn't have to be given to foot placement. Flotation is about what I'd expect given that my weight is near the upper limit for the size - I sink, but not excessively so, thanks to the large surface area. I found the snowshoes to be very rugged; thanks to a very light snowfall last year there were a lot of fallen branches, rocks, and roots to step on and trip over, yet the decking is intact and the frame is straight and remarkably scratch-free. The black, grey, and lime green colors are very attractive without being gaudy. I like the striped, graphic-free deck. I like these Blizzard II snowshoes better than the Tubbs I've used for the previous 3 or 4 winters, and have absolutely nothing bad to say about them. Louis Garneau has a very impressive product here, and I recommend the Blizzard II snowshoes with absolutely no reservations.
Date published: 2017-01-08
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