Atlas Helium BC Snowshoes

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Color:Black/red
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The lightest-weight choice in the Helium quiver, Atlas Helium BC snowshoes combine BC crampons, aluminum traction rails and Packflat™ bindings for this pair of "do it all" backcountry snowshoes.

  • Features

    • Helium decking with a unique louver design sheds snow to keep these lightweight, while also creating traction
    • Packflat bindings accommodate larger mountaineering and snowboard boots and are designed to pack flat when not in use
    • Single urethane Z-straps hold your feet securely and are fully field-replaceable with the included BC utility straps
    • Aluminum traction rails keep these lightweight
    • Helium BC crampons are crafted from tempered steel, with tangs that provide the bite needed in variable snow conditions
    • The crampons also maintain a low profile to complement the Packflat bindings
    • 19° heel lifts reduce fatigue on the ascents

    Imported.

    Max recommended load specification includes weight of hiker with gear.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Snowshoeing

    Snowshoe Terrain

    Mountain Terrain

    Snowshoe Closure

    Rubber Strap

    Max Recommended Load

    23 IN: 160 pounds

    26 IN: 220 pounds

    Frame Material

    Aluminum

    Deck Material

    Nytex

    Crampon Material

    Tempered steel

    Toe Crampon

    Yes

    Side Traction

    Yes

    Heel Lift

    Yes

    Dimensions

    23 IN: 23 x 8 x 8 inches

    26 IN: 26 x 8 x 8 inches

    Weight (Pair)

    3 lbs. 2 oz.

    Gender

    Unisex

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