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Rated 5 out of 5 by from MSR Snowshoes perfect for our needs My husband and I purchased MSR snowshoes 3 years ago and found they were great for our outdoor experiences. We liked them so much that when our daughter and her husband moved into the area - we gave them our old ones and went shopping for a newer set. We only have been able to get out a few times a year but they have performed well and have been trouble free. The straps being pretty easily manipulated even with gloves on is a big selling point for me. The only negative I've heard is that a club member remarked that the MSR's are "noisy" compared to some other brands/styles.
Date published: 2016-01-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Snowshoe Heaven I used my new snowshoes for the first time in Telluride, CO over the holidays. They were pure bliss. Lightweight, yet stable - whether in deep snow or snow-covered, rocky terrain. Bindings are secure, yet so easy to open and close. No doubt, they'll be perfect in Flagstaff's conditions, too. I'm very pleased.
Date published: 2016-01-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The price was right. I wanted a good inexpensive pair of snowshoes. I only go snowshoeing once or twice a year on mostly flat to rolling terrain. These are light and very easy to get on and off. I really like the bindings that tightening easily. Also like that if one should break it can be replaced. Wore them in 3' powder and was able to break trail ahead of my group.
Date published: 2017-02-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very narrow toes I'm giving these snowshoes a "1". They are good snowshoes in some ways but nowhere in the description do they list a shoe size or width range; just a weight range. I wear about a women's size 10.5-11 and my toes and top of foot have been crushed and are in a lot of pain. The molded plastic means there is a maximum width your feet can have by your toes or your feet get crushed going downhill. Many other types of snowshoes don't have this issue as the binding is different. I do have winter hiking boots but they aren't plastic. Actually, even the straps are short so I don't see how plastic snow boots would fit. Maybe if you wear a size 6 or a AAA width. I can't tell if I'll have the same problem with the men's size. I assume the plastic is wider. Molded plastic seems really problematic in terms of fit.
Date published: 2018-01-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent snowshoes handle well on slopes and rough terrain I just bought these snowshoes and their trial run was snowshoeing in the mountains in New Mexico. They did a great job, especially on slopes. I weigh about 145 and would not recommend them for deep fluffy powder for women my size. Also the teeth on the outside as opposed to inside which older models had means they get scratched up more quickly.
Date published: 2017-05-15
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Questions & Answers

How do you know which size is appropriate? Is it based on height or weight, or level of experience?

Asked by: csb518
Snowshoes are size based on the user's weight. The recommend weight range for each snowshoe is listed in the specs. We suggest sizing based on your trail weight (you + gear you will be carrying).
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2018-01-20
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