Atlas 9 Series

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A new era in Atlas suspension! The 9 Series FRS snowshoe uses a patent-pending Free-Rotating Suspension (FRS) for natural articulation of the foot over uneven and sidehill terrain with minimal resistance providing the most comfortable, forgiving stride. FRS flexes the 6061 aluminum proprietary V-Frame with each step, giving the toe traction deeper purchase. The flexible Wrapp bindings tighten easily and cradle the foot securely. Even in the dead cold of winter, the Nytex decking is both flexible and durable. Whether youre new to snowshoeing or looking for Atlas technology at a great value, the new 9 Series FRS is built to explore winters rolling terrain.

- CampSaver.com

The Atlas 925 snowshoes provide good traction and flotation across rolling terrain and groomed trails, making them great for beginning and experienced snowshoers alike.

- REI

The Atlas Series 9 snowshoes feature Free-Rotating(TM) Suspension (FRS) for natural stride with minimal resistance. The comfortable, new Wrapp(TM) Trail bindings uses smooth strap routing that cradles the foot securely without cutting circulation. The Tri-Cleat crampon provides three planes of secure grip, on side-hills and steeps, for the novice and experts alike.-- Lightweight, durable 6000- and 7000-series aluminum V-Frame -- Secure Wrapp Binding -- Free-Rotating Suspension -- Sturdy Nytex Decking -- TriCleat toe crampon-- 25 in for 120 - 150 lbs, 30 in for 150 - 250 lbs

- OMCgear

Whether you're a battle-hardened winter warrior or are looking to strap on snowshoes for the first time, the Atlas 9 Series FRS Snowshoe has the tech to take you where you want to go without breaking the bank. The innovative Free-Rotating Suspension provides a secure footing on traverses and uneven terrain while the tempered steel cleats and toe crampons securely bite hard snow and ice.

- Backcountry.com