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  • Hand and shoulder straps offer multiple carrying options
  • Mesh panel and drain grommet maximize ventilation for long-term storage
  • External hook-and-loop tabs carry 1 pair of snowshoe poles for added convenience
  • Accommodates 1 pair of snowshoes up to 25 in. long; internal sleeve holds a pair of modular flotation tails (sold separately)


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Bag Style Equipment Bag
Material(s) Synthetic textile/synthetic mesh
Dimensions Unavailable
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Gender Unisex
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Okay start, but not refined enough Bought three of these for my family. The Pro's: quality construction, pole holder, inner pocket for flotation tails, carry handle, carry strap, ventilated case, and holds 22" or 25" snowshoes. The Con's (i.e., areas for improvement): tails easily fall out of sleeve (Velcro or other way to keep the tails secure in the sleeve would be welcome), there is no inner pocket for extra straps or a repair kit. Other: no "extras" such as attached whistle, no water bottle holder, no pouch for extra pair of gloves. I would likely recommend this product to a friend if the above improvements are made. Current product is a good start, but needs additional refinement.
Date published: 2015-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is not Amateur Hour Do you need a MSR Snowshoe Bag... probably not. Should you get one... absolutely! It took me a year after I got my snowshoes to actually buy this bag. I wanted it but snowshoes are not that hard to keep track of and throwing them in the trunk or backseat when I was out for a hike really was not that hard. But then I broke down and got it, after all it's really not that expensive. First off when you go to a trail head with this bag you are telling everyone else that is is not amateur hour, you are a hardcore snowshoer. The bag itself is well made, it fits my pair of Lightning Accent snowshoes perfectly. I have the 25" and they would not fit anything bigger. The pole holders work well and can accommodate much bigger poles then I have. I don't use the strap much because most of the time I put my snowshoes on right away or I already have a backpack on, but it is comfortable to have on your back. Even in the off season this bag is nice, with the bag I don't have two loose snowshoes in my closet getting in the way, I can hang the bag up and everything ready for the first snowfall.
Date published: 2014-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An organizational must! Got this fabulous bag at the time I purchased my MSR snow shoes, snow shoe tails, gaiters and poles as part of a Christmas gift to myself. Everything packs up nicely, and is kept together so you can just get up and go for a day of snowshoeing or for storage during the summer. When I snowshoe with a group and carpool up in the Sierras from Sacramento, I am one of the few people who has a bag for her snow shoe gear, so finding my equipment is fast and easy among several pairs of snowshoes and sets of poles and a few back packs in the rear of someone's car.
Date published: 2014-11-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Updated MSR Snowshoe bag Great bag that has served me well for over 3 years, and like the other reviews before, this bag is a great bag for keeping your snowshoes and gear organized all in one place. The pre Winter 2014 model is very robust it fits my Lightening 25's and my tails. The major thing that is lacking is the depth of the bag, it limits you to fit your snowshoes stacked one on top of another versus the crampon sides facing each other, but this keeps it nice and compact. It would be nice if they had a small mesh or zippered pocket on the inside of the lid for spare parts like trekking pole baskets or other nick-nacks (chapstick, energy bar, etc). There is a newer version of this bag that I just bought, again they only fit up to 25's, they now have 2 pockets for the tails in the base of the bag with both openings of the pockets facing the center of the bag, my first thoughts were that the tails would fall out when carrying it in an upright position, but they don't. I guess many others felt the same way about adding an extra zippered pocket, which is now designed on the outside of the lid. The bag material its self seems a little less robust that the earlier version, and the velcro straps for the trekking poles have been replaced with bungy chord, not a big fan of that, if your poles don't compress to the length of the bag what ends up happening is you have to put the handles through the top bungy and then fit the tips in the lower bungy and now the handles stick out much higher than the bag, versus the precious bag your poles can be be center.
Date published: 2014-12-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice little bag of goodies I think the bag does what it is designed to do (hold your stuff) very well. It's durable enough to throw your SShoes into it and be able to toss it in the trunk, or even use it when fighting off covert skiing ninjas just fine! The walking poles fit onto the side of the case nicely also and it's all a very compact size when you are done with it too.
Date published: 2016-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Enabled Flying with Equipment Easy! This Snowshoe Bag is sturdy and the perfect size for my snowshoes as well as some lightweight items for plane travel. Having the bag made it easy for me to juggle XC skis and snowshoes and still have a hand free to open doors, etc. in prep for the great outdoors!
Date published: 2017-04-15
Date published: 2017-03-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's a Bag For Snowshoes! This bag will prevent your new snowshoes from scratching the ever-loving crappola out of everything they come into contact with.
Date published: 2017-03-28
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my snowshoes are 25". Will this bag fit them and accessories?

Asked by: jlambert
Yes, as described in the product details: "Accommodates 1 pair of snowshoes up to 25 in. long; internal sleeve holds a pair of modular flotation tails (sold separately)"
Answered by: Caleb H
Date published: 2017-01-05
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