Atlas Access Snowshoes - Women's

Size: 23 IN
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Support your natural gait on rolling and uneven terrain with the women's Atlas Access snowshoes. Head to the trails worry-free and in comfort, thanks to their easy-to-use bindings and heel lift bars.

  • Features

    • V-Frame™ shape tracks straight in deep snow; tapered tails pull less snow as you step forward, saving you energy
    • Turned-up tails of the V-Frame roll easily into each step for a natural gait
    • Comfortable and easy to use, gender-specific Wrapp™ Trail bindings cradle the feet securely
    • Twin-Trac™ toe crampons use a sturdy row of front points and 2 side teeth to keep your feet from twisting
    • Advance AFT head traction features sharp ice tips on the heel cleats for sure grip
    • 4 angled and ridged side rails and integrated heel lift bars let you enjoy superior traction and deeper snow penetration with each step
    • Light-Ride™ suspension provides the perfect blend of comfort and function, letting your feet articulate naturally and cushioning impact for smooth striding on mellower terrain
    • 19° heel lifts reduce fatigue when you're ascending


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

    Best Use


    Snowshoe Terrain

    Rolling Terrain

    Snowshoe Closure

    Ratchet Strap

    Max Recommended Load

    23 IN: 160 pounds

    Frame Material


    Deck Material


    Crampon Material

    Tempered steel

    Toe Crampon


    Heel Crampon


    Heel Lift



    23 IN: 23 x 8 x 8 inches

    Weight (Pair)

    4 pounds



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