Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $200
- Material quality
- Easton Customer Service
Great snowshoe to walk with and really like the bindings.
However, after around 30 km, one strap of the binding started to break apart. I have contacted many times the Easton Customer Service Dept but they never resolved my problem neither they offered me to replace the strap even if it's supposed to be lifetime guarantee.
As a well know company, they should have resolved my problem quickly, but the winter is over and I'm still waiting an answer from them. So don't buy the snowshoes for their supposed lifetime guarantee because, like me, you will be quite dissapointed.
currently retails for:
$179.96 - $181.97
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