Atlas Race

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Atlas's Race page.

Retailers' Descriptions

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Utilizing ultra-light, durable materials to create the Race running snowshoe, Atlas has developed their lightest snowshoe to date while maintaining durability. The featherweight LightSpeed Pro Binding provides precise foot placement on technical trails while the ultra-light Speed V-Frame allow for a runners stride and maximum flotation. Spring-Loaded Suspension provides natural articulation of the joints for an uncompromised motion and powerful energy return while the titanium toe and heel crampon give racers the competitive edge.

- CampSaver.com

Light and agile, the Atlas Race snowshoes make it easy to keep running through the snowy months, offering a full-stride-friendly design and aggressive traction so you can push the pace through winter.

- REI

Don't give up running, this winter, just because there is snow on your favorite trail. The Atlas Race showshoes foster agility and precision. The featherweight LightSpeed Pro Binding provides precise foot placement on technical trails while the ultra-light Speed V-Frame allow for a runner's all-out stride and maximum flotation. LightSpeed Pro Binding provides precise foot placement Spring-Loaded(TM) Suspension (SLS) 1-pull LightSpeed Pro bindings Ti (titanium) Toe and Heel Traction 75 - 190 lbs recommended load

- OMCgear

Whether you're a competitive racer or you happen to live somewhere that requires you to outrun moose and bear on a regular basis, the featherweight Atlas Race Snowshoe is your go-to choice for rapid snow travel. The V-Frame is specifically shaped to allow a runners all-out stride, and the Race LightSpeed Pro binding securely cinches down on your lightweight winter shoe. Titanium toe and heel cleats securely bite hard and icy snow while keeping the overall weight of this snow walker to barely over one pound.

- Backcountry.com