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Made for tackling mountainous terrain, Atlas Montane 30 men's snowshoes offer strength and articulation for uncompromised technical hiking, and a heel lift bar that eases calf strain.

  • Features

    • 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 30 in. in length and have a recommended load weight of 150 - 250 lbs.; recommended load specification includes weight of hiker with gear

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Snowshoeing

    Snowshoe Terrain

    Mountain Terrain

    Snowshoe Closure

    Pull Webbing

    Max Recommended Load

    250 pounds

    Frame Material

    Aluminum

    Deck Material

    Nytex nylon

    Crampon Material

    Stainless steel

    Heel Lift

    Yes

    Dimensions

    30 inches

    Weight (Pair)

    5 lbs. 0.8 oz.

    Gender

    Men's

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