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Atlas 12 Series Snowshoes

Second only to MSR Lightning Ascents in grip. Superior bindings feel more secure than most other shoes. Easy to get on and off even with mittens on.
Atlas 12 Series Snowshoes
Atlas Elektra 10 Snowshoes

Women's version of Atlas backcountry, offtrail snowshoes. Grip is fantastic with superior bindings.
Atlas Elektra 10 Snowshoes
Atlas Elektra 12 Snowshoes

Atlas' backcountry snowshoes for women. Heel lifter and superior bindings combine with aggressive crampons to take on the mountains.
Atlas Elektra 12 Snowshoes
Crescent Moon Gold 9

Borrowed these last year from Morgan Outdoors and really liked the way they were tapered in the back. Binding stay flexible in ANY temperature and are easy to adjust without removing mittens.
Crescent Moon Gold 9
Crescent Moon Gold 10

Borrowed the Gold 9 last year from Morgan Outdoors and really liked the way they were tapered in the back. Binding stay flexible in ANY temperature and are easy to adjust without removing mittens. Wanted something with a more aggressive crampon.
Crescent Moon Gold 10
MSR Denali Classic

Basic entry-level snowshoes with plastic deck and steel crampons.
MSR Denali Classic
MSR Denali Evo

Basic entry-level snowshoes with plastic deck and steel crampons. This model adds tapered tails to make walking easier.
MSR Denali Evo
MSR Lightning Ascent

Best for mountain hiking. Great grip. Not as good at breaking trail in deep powder.
MSR Lightning Ascent
Tubbs Adventure

Good basic snowshoe for flat to rolling terrain.
Tubbs Adventure
Tubbs Flex Alp Snowshoes

New model line from Tubbs. Plastic deck flexes to adapt to more and varied terrain.
Tubbs Flex Alp Snowshoes
Tubbs Mountaineer Snowshoes

Top the the Tubbs line. Meant for serious off trail experiences.
Tubbs Mountaineer Snowshoes
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