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  • 360 Traction frames and Pivot crampons offer advanced, edge-to-edge grip, delivering excellent traction and security on rolling terrain and a variety of snow conditions
  • DuoFit bindings deliver ample, freezeproof and glove-friendly security, easily accommodating a wide range of footwear
  • Modular flotation tails (sold separately) allow you the maneuverability of a smaller shoe with the added, on-demand flotation of optional, 5-in. tails
  • Streamlined design is tailored for rolling terrain, delivering ultralight, energy-saving performance
  • Narrow frames are ideal for women, those with a narrow gait or anyone seeking lightweight snowshoes

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Specs

Best Use Snowshoeing
Snowshoe Terrain Flat Terrain
Recommended Load Up to 180; with optional tails: up to 250 pounds
Frame Material 7000-series aluminum
Deck Material Urethane-impregnated nylon
Crampon Material Powder-coated steel
Instep Crampon Yes
Heel Crampon Yes
Lateral Crampon Yes
Dimensions 22 x 8 x 3 inches
Weight Per Pair 3 pounds
Gender Women's
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The women's MSR Revo Explore Snowshoes I ordered are on backorder. Would these be comparable? Looking to snowshoe in New Mexico & Michigan. 

Asked by: Barber
The MSR Lightning Explore Snowshoes are the most similar to the MSR Revo Explore Snowshoes with the only difference being that the Lightning uses a lighter weight decking material. You can find them online here: https://www.rei.com/product/875169/msr-lightning-explore-snowshoes-womens
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-04

How do you decide 22" or 25"? Should that be based on your height and/or weight? Thanks.

Asked by: KristaT
Length of snowshoe is determined by both user weight and type of snow. Someone snowshoeing in a light fluffy powder would want a longer shoe. Someone snowshoeing in a wet heavy powder would want a shorter shoe. The link below will also provide you with some great information on how to choose the right snowshoe. https://www.rei.com/learn/expert-advice/snowshoes.html
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-11-21
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