Gold Series 9
Price Paid: gift
I've have had my Crescent Moon 9 shoes for several years now. The organization I work with has an assortment of Tubbs. I find the Crescent Moon is easier to get on, has more maneuverability in the woods and on hills, plus is more stable in icy conditions.
Since January, I have worn them almost everyday in all types of conditions. The Tubbs only seem to work better in deep powder which is a rarity in CT.
Price? - They were a gift from my husband :)
Price Paid: $215
Out of Atlas, Tubbs, and MSR Denali Evo, the Crescent Moon 9 hands down best snowshoes ever made.
I love them to death. I will never go for another even if it were for free.
currently retails for:
$159.95 - $258.95
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