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  • 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
  • SLS absorbs impact and lets your foot flex naturally side-to-side for a comfortable, stable position on traverses and uneven terrain
  • SLS enhances traction control, too, as the flex provides deeper crampon penetration into the slope, especially on steep or off-angle terrain
  • Flexible Nytex nylon decking is forgiving and quiet when hiking in the cold, providing durability without the weight
  • Wrapp Swift bindings blend technical fit with comfort and ease of use from the positive toe locator, warm EVA padding and straps that cinch and release like a breeze
  • All-Trac toe crampons provide traction in all directions; wider traction tabs on the sides and corners complement sharp front and rear points for confident hiking
  • Traverse Trac rails have sharp ridges that augment the downhill function of the heel cleat, running parallel to the frame for solid footing, even on firm sidehill terrain
  • Snowshoes measure 25 in. in length and have a recommended load weight of 120 - 200 lbs.; recommended load specification includes weight of hiker with gear


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Best Use Snowshoeing
Snowshoe Terrain Mountain Terrain
Max Recommended Load 200 pounds
Frame Material Aluminum
Deck Material Nytex nylon
Crampon Material Stainless steel
Heel Lift Yes
Dimensions 25 inches
Weight Per Pair 4 lbs. 6.7 oz.
Gender Men's
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great but.... These snowshoes were amazing. I used them to hike up 6 miles into Boreas pass. They worked really well. Although they worked well I noticed the heel part of the binding kept coming undone. At first I thought it was because snow was wedging itself into the latch. As I kept moving and constantly readjusting the heel strap to keep the clasp down, I noticed that it kept coming undone because I brushed the front of my left snowshoe against the clasp that secured heel strap. As I became conscious about the cause of my problem, it didn't occur as often. Despite this, it was a very annoying problem that forced me to stop and fix it too often.
Date published: 2017-01-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 1st pair of snowshoes I bought the Atlas Montane 25's because REI had them on sale for $160 from $200. I also liked Atlas's claim that they performed quietly, allowed for natural movement of ankles and feet on varied terrain (rolling terrain and inclines), and were easy to get in and out of. I took them on my first snowshoe adventure in Kings Canyon NP during New Years weekend! Tested the snowshoes in a 4.5 mile out and back hike to Big Baldy peak. There was a good 1.5ft of snow throughout most of it with a bit of slush on the more exposed parts of the trail. Yes, the Montanes did perform quietly with very little mechanical noises. They squeaked here and there, but other than snow and slush being compacted beneath (which can sometimes surprisingly sound like walking in a field of aluminum cans), the Montane 25s were relatively quiet. Natural movement/gait. Having snowshoes on took a bit of getting use to for the first time. I felt a little clumsy at first, especially when strapping them on. But after my test run around the campground, I felt myself getting ready for an actual hike. I always felt in control of my steps during my hikes. The heel risers were great for climbing steep ascents. Climbing over logs on hillsides was a bit nerve wrecking. By the way, Snowshoes are great for compacting snow at the campsite to prep for staking down your tent, making walkable pathways to your vehicle, bearbox, picnic table, fire pit, etc. they ended up being a valuable tool in setting up camp in the snow! They minimized shoveling time greatly. I did another hike on an unmarked trail from Azalea Campground to Grant Grove. The snow covered trail was basically untouched before I arrived! During a steep descent, the snow was about 2 feet deep and I felt secure and in control on the way down the powdery slope. The Montanes are easy to get in and out of. Now what I hate about these shoes is that the retention system (yellow straps and black buckles that lock your boots in) came loose 2-3 times per hour. The black cam locks or whatever you call them did not seem to ever snap tight causing the yellow straps to come loose and as a result, I had to stop every now and then to retighten and lock the buckles. The heel straps came loose now and then as well. Maybe it's just a break in process and eventually they'll secure tightly, but the Montanes required a lot of on-trail maintenance as far as keeping your boots locked in and secured. I weigh 150lbs. and carried a daypack weighing approx. 15lbs so I was under the recommended weight limit of 200lbs. for the Montane 25's.
Date published: 2017-01-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great snowshoes I had another pair of famous name snowshoes, but didn't like the bindings, which were always coming loose or getting tangled. These work much better. Easy to get into, easy to get out of, and due to their design, I was able to get a size smaller than the other brand.
Date published: 2017-02-15
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