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Atlas 7 Series

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Make serious tracks with Atlas's 7 Series FTC snowshoes. These snowshoes are lightweight and easy to use with a simple, ratchet strap binding. The durable Nytex decking is flexible and resistant to abrasion, and the weight-saving aluminum v-frames are turned up at tip and tail for a natural stride.

- Mountain Gear

The Atlas 7 Series snowshoes offer Atlas comfort and technology mainstays at a fantastic value. The Ratchet Binding offers easy entry and exit and is super packable. The Fixed Toe Cord keeps the snowshoe underfoot and allows easier maneuvering even on side hills. Forgiving Nytex decking and Atlas?s proven aluminum V-Frames and solid tempered steel toe and heel traction offer superior durability and maneuverability no matter the conditions. Whether you?re new to snowshoeing or looking for Atlas technology at a great value, the Atlas 7 Series snowshoes are built to explore winter?s rolling terrain.Great snowshoe for gently rolling terrain, including forest roads, easy trails, golf courses and backyardsFlexible Nytex decking is abrasion-resistant, forgiving , and quiet when hiking in the cold, providing durability without the weight.Sturdy aluminum V-Frame tracks straight in deep snow, and the tapered tail pulls less snow as you step forward, saving your energy.The turned up tail of the V-Frame rolls easily into each step providing a natural gait.Easy to adjust Ratchet binding system make these snowshoes easy to put on and take off.Weight: 3 lbs

- Campmor

Atlas 7 Series

Discontinued

The 7 Series has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$69.00 - $149.95

The Atlas 7 Series is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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