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  • Delivering the same confidence underfoot as the MSR Ascent series, the Revo has a cradle binding built for smaller boots that completely eliminates pressure points
  • Fast 2-strap ratchet system makes getting in and out for lunch stops a breeze, not to mention making on-the-fly adjustments
  • Aggressive traction combines with durable plastic that's engineered in a tapered deck ideal for women, those with a narrow gait or anyone seeking really lightweight snowshoes
  • Add-on modular flotation tails (sold separately) allow you the maneuverability of a smaller, primary snowshoe with the added, on-demand flotation of optional 5-in. tails
  • Ergo Televator heel lifts reduce fatigue and increase traction on the steeps with an ergonomic design that engages with a simple flick of a pole grip
  • Injection-molded plastic deck withstands abusive conditions, plus adds unique torsional flex for a deep purchase

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Best Use Snowshoeing
Snowshoe Terrain Rolling Terrain
Recommended Load
22 in
180 lbs./240 lbs. w/ tails pounds
25 in
210 lbs./270 lbs. w/ tails pounds
Frame Material Steel
Deck Material Plastic
Crampon Material Powder-coated steel
Instep Crampon Yes
Lateral Crampon Yes
Heel Lift Yes
22 in
22 x 8 x 3 inches
25 in
25 x 8 x 3 inches
Weight Per Pair
22 in
3 lbs. 11 oz.
25 in
4 lbs.
Gender Women's
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great features at a near entry-level price (Mirored my review for men's version) Located these on sale and grabbed a pair of the 22" in both men's and women's sizing. They work great as a starter pair of snowshoes! We exercised them for the first time this past weekend over the course of approximately 5 miles total up in the Tahoe/Carson Pass area and they were great. I am about 5'9" 150 lbs and the 22" was plenty of flotation for a day hike load-out. There are optional tails available for about $40 if one is worried about heavier loads, which is a nice way to keep default weight of the snowshoes down. Some people find the front straps/buckle might pull downwards a bit too much causing hotspots on softer-structured boots, but I found that I really didn't need to run the buckles so tight that it became a problem. I used a pair of Keen Neve Polar Winter boots which are not hard-sided winter boots and it was fine. My gf used a pair of Merrell Snowbound boots and didn't complain either. The inclusion of the heel lift at this price point was a welcome feature as they do make a difference when going up even rolling hilly terrain. Traction with these is great, especially due to the teeth on the outside edges. I ran a pair of Redfeather Alpine Ghost in 27" the week previous and the difference in weight is noticeable. The MSR offerings are much lighter by far, which probably will add up over a longer distance trek. The bindings on the Redfeather were also very pinchy going up and down hills. Do be aware that depending on your gait, the inside head and tail of these shoes to contact once in a while, so they get a bit dinged/scuffed in a hurry even after one use. The colored coating on the metal parts will chip off, especially around the traction bars under use. Not a big deal, imho, since these are tools, but some people might care about their stuff being shiny and new forever... TL;DR, for the price (on sale), the light weight and features of these shoes are excellent for beginners!
Date published: 2016-02-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bindings are less than perfect I bought these hoping the bindings would be better than the Revo Ascents, which I had previously bought. These Explores are much faster and easier to put on, but the front binding pinches at my pinky toe area, and it's not because it's too tight. When I try to un-tighten the front ratchet, then my foot keep slipping forward and falling out of the back binding. I'll be going back to my Ascents because at least with those, I know I'll be securely and comfortably fastened in for a whole hike. With these, I was constantly stopping to fix the bindings. Easy up front, but not worth the hassle during the ACTUAL hike!
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not for me I took these for an easy hike and the left heel binding kept slipping off, the only way for it to stay on was to jam my foot in the front binding and tighten it to death until my foot hurt, otherwise the snowshoe wouldn't stay on. So sadly these are going back. but i already have a replacement because... REI, that's why. :)
Date published: 2017-01-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great snow shoes I bought these after being very frustrated with my Atlas snowshoes - they kicked snow half way up my back and i would be soaking wet. Anyway, because of the pivot point on the ball of the foot of the MSRs, i did my last snowshoe excursion without any problem .... these have become my new favorite snowshoe!
Date published: 2017-03-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lightweight but powerhouse I bought these this year and have used them in fresh snow blazing a trail in the back country. Love them!
Date published: 2017-02-01
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