Yukon Charlie's Advanced Float Snowshoes - Women

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Float across pillowy snow like you're walking on air with the women's Yukon Charlie's Advanced Float snowshoes. They're designed to take your snowshoeing experience to new levels of performance.

  • Features

    • Snow Motion™ axle system pivots with your every movement and gives the frame 30% additional torsional rigidity for ultimate traction on the fall lines
    • Durable, lightweight 6000 aluminum rocker frames are built to last many years; V-shape tails enhance performance and provide a more natural stride
    • High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) decking stiffens the snowshoes for maximum power when working your way through deep snow
    • Fast Fit II™ easy-pull binding system with Rapid-Lite Flex™ heel strap allows easy fit adjustments and quick entry/exit
    • From beginner to advanced, these snowshoes give folks of all levels of experience an opportunity to trek more comfortably and naturally in the backcountry


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

    Best Use


    Snowshoe Terrain

    Mountain Terrain

    Snowshoe Closure

    Pull Webbing

    Max Recommended Load

    21 IN: 150 pounds

    25 IN: 200 pounds

    Frame Material


    Deck Material


    Crampon Material

    Forged steel

    Toe Crampon



    21 IN: 21 x 8 inches

    25 IN: 25 x 8 inches

    Weight (Pair)

    21 IN: 3 lbs. 11.2 oz.

    25 IN: 3 lbs. 14.4 oz.



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