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Dion Snowshoes 121 Snowshoe

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Lightweight racing snowshoe. This is Dion's smallest…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Source: borrowed it

Summary

Lightweight racing snowshoe.

Pros

  • light
  • durable
  • customizable

This is Dion's smallest snowshoe with only 121 square inch surface designed for lighter runners racing in snowshoe races.

The snowshoe itself is an aluminum frame with a strong plastic membrane that provides the support on the snow. The shoe comes with a selection of bindings so it can be personalized or left with an adjustable binding so people with different size feet can share.

The cleats are easily swapped from standard to long for deep snow to stainless steel for rocky or icy conditions. Bindings and cleats from one frame can be used on other size frames so you can save money by buying one binding and one set of cleats and transferring them from your racing shoes to your backcountry snowshoes.

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Dion Snowshoes 121 Snowshoe

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