Hiking Snowshoes

Brands

MSR
Redfeather
L.L.Bean
Atlas
Bigfoot Snowshoes
Tubbs
Crescent Moon
Yukon Charlie's
Easton
Komperdell

Genders

Unisex
Men's
Women's

Price

less than $100
$100 - $199.99
$200 and above

Recent Hiking Snowshoe Reviews

Tubbs Men's Wilderness Series

rated 5 of 5 stars Excellent snowshoes for use on all but the steepest terrain. Lightweight, with comfortable bindings that are easy to enter and exit even with gloves on, they have plenty of flotation to take you just about anywhere. About 3 years ago I bought myself a pair of Tubbs Wilderness 36 snowshoes to replace my old Yubashoes Borderlines that I'd given to a friend's son so the 3 of us could hit the trails together. The Wilderness is a great snowshoe! You can get them on or off in seconds, the bindings are… Full review

MSR Evo Ascent

rated 5 of 5 stars Great technical snowshoes that are still fun for a simple day on the trail. MSR Evo snowshoes are bombproof. They don't break under normal use, and I can't imagine what kind of abuse you'd have to put them through in order to damage them. The design is great for climbing (attention fellow peak-baggers). They're plastic, so the same main body of the snowshoe that keeps you afloat is also molded to give you traction. The metal crampons and traction bars are aggressive enough for all snowshoeing situations. Full review

Redfeather Trek Series

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Well made. Decent bindings. A little fiddly with gloves on. These are my first snowshoes, so take everything with a grain of salt. They seem well put together, and being a novice user I probably ran them into a number of things I shouldn't have, but haven't had any issues with them. I'm right at the top of the weight range listed for them, and I wish I could have got the next size up (they were on a season-end sale, so I got the only ones that fit me at all).¬† I used them in Northern Minnesota… Full review

L.L.Bean Women's Pathfinder Snowshoe

rated 1 of 5 stars I hiked for 6 hours in Pathfinder snowshoes today and I can tell you it was no fun. My friend snowshoed with her husband's Atlas and had a better hike then I had. The Pathfinders caught on the front strap holder and spit snow at me all day, making it hard to take a correct step forward. I also was going through on every other step up to my knee whereas my friend with her husband's Atlas was not. I would not recommend this snowshoe to anyone who likes mountain hikes. Terrible. Full review

MSR Denali

rated 5 of 5 stars Awesome and durable. Easy to put on for the first time snowshoer, after a product demo the year before at a local ski resort. ¬†Stayed on tight. Great binding system and the little lift up kick stand was a great help, too on those inclines going up. I also go the extenders, but did not have the need to use them yet. I also have the snowshoe bag that keeps everything organized, including the extenders and snowshoe poles. Very satisfied and would recommend to anyone. A great way to see areas you hike… Full review

MSR Evo Ascent

rated 4 of 5 stars Technical ascents (angled, icy terrain) are much easier with these lightweight, strong snowshoes. If you want to move fast and get above the crowds, these are the shoes for you. The design of these snowshoes is clearly targeted to climbers and mountaineers. And, they are equally at home on packed, icy winter hiking trails. Where they aren't enough is in deep powder with a heavy pack. There, you need a bigger footprint. The tails work well enough, and I like the narrow width which keeps them comfortable… Full review

L.L.Bean Women's Pathfinder Snowshoe

rated 4 of 5 stars This product is best for extreme adventurers who hike during winter recreation. Goes great with four-season camping, fishing, hiking, or running through fresh powder. Can be done by just about anyone, men, women and children and even senior citizen, helps improve cardiovascular. Snowshoeing makes for a cold weather work out without having to go to a ski resort. I recommend L.L. Bean Women's Pathfinder Snowshoes for any winter walk Good gear. Easy to us. Can shed snow as you walk. I took a plunge… Full review

Tubbs Men's Wilderness Series

rated 4 of 5 stars Good all-around snowshoe that's worked well for me on both gentle terrain and in the backcountry. The bindings are easy to use and the crampons provide adequate traction on hard packed snow. I bought these snowshoes around Christmas and used them through the 3-month winter hiking season. I found that they performed well in a variety of environments, from powder snow on level trails to steeper, icy uphills. Although they don't have the traction as some of the "alpine" models, they worked well for… Full review

Louis Garneau Men's Freeshape FX Pulse II

rated 1 of 5 stars I bought these snowshoes since the quality of the bindings look great and I liked the shape. They seemed that they would be great to be walking on any type of snow. After only 2 or 3 outings with these, I noticed that the deck was splitting on the sides wither the rivits join. Upon closer inspection, I noticed many tears all over the deck.... It seemed like the snowshoe was literally falling apart. I brought them back to the shop where I got them and was told that this was a re-occuring problem… Full review

Top-Rated Hiking Snowshoes

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user rating: 4.5 of 5 (2)
MSR Evo Ascent reviewed Aug 27, 2014
$200
user rating: 3.5 of 5 (1)
Redfeather Trek Series reviewed Jun 5, 2014
$135
user rating: 2.5 of 5 (2)
L.L.Bean Pathfinder Snowshoe reviewed Apr 7, 2014
$169 - $179
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (10)
MSR Denali reviewed Oct 19, 2013
$100
user rating: 3.5 of 5 (2)
Atlas Elektra 12 Series reviewed Feb 14, 2011
$217 - $289
 
user rating: 0 of 5 (2)
Bigfoot Snowshoes Powder Pro reviewed Feb 11, 2011
user rating: 3.5 of 5 (3)
MSR Denali Evo reviewed Jan 12, 2011
discontinued
user rating: 0 of 5 (1)
Redfeather Stride Series reviewed Mar 18, 2010
discontinued
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Redfeather Explore Series reviewed Feb 25, 2010
$125 - $131
user rating: 4 of 5 (5)
Tubbs Wilderness Series reviewed Sep 17, 2014
$160 - $199
 
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Redfeather Recreation Series reviewed Jan 4, 2010
discontinued
user rating: 5 of 5 (5)
Atlas 12 Series reviewed May 16, 2009
$232 - $289
user rating: 2.5 of 5 (1)
Atlas Elektra 11 Series reviewed Mar 5, 2009
$165 - $239
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (2)
Crescent Moon Gold Series 13 reviewed Dec 19, 2008
$249
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Redfeather Alpine Series reviewed Dec 3, 2006
$250 MSRP
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Yukon Charlie's Back Country reviewed Jan 5, 2006
user rating: 4 of 5 (2)
Redfeather Sport Trek Series reviewed Mar 20, 2005
discontinued
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Easton Artica Trail reviewed Apr 9, 2009
$128
user rating: 4 of 5 (2)
Tubbs Flex NRG reviewed Jan 11, 2010
$118 - $149
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Easton Artica Hike reviewed Sep 19, 2012
$160
MSR Revo Ascent
$240
Atlas 11 Series
$165 - $239
Easton Hike
$125
Tubbs Journey
$143 - $179
MSR Lightning
$209 - $219
Redfeather Arrow Series
$120
MSR Evo Tour
$170
Komperdell Mountaineer Snowshoe
$135 - $149
MSR Lightning Explore
$260 - $269
Atlas Fitness
$165 - $179
Easton Trail 30
$100
MSR Lightning Trail
$220
Komperdell Alpinist Snowshoe
$130 - $139
Redfeather Pace Series
$128 - $135
Tubbs Vertex
$150
MSR Revo Explore
$200
Easton Trail 25
$100
Louis Garneau Adirondack
$125
Northern Lites Quicksilver
$189
user rating: 1 of 5 (1)
Louis Garneau Freeshape FX Pulse II reviewed Jan 21, 2013
Louis Garneau Streamshape FX Epic
TSL Take the High Road 20
TSL Take the High Road 25
 
MSR Evo Pro
Louis Garneau Arctic
Louis Garneau Ergotrail FX Epic II
 
Redfeather Alpine Ghost Series
Kahtoola MTN 24
Yukon Charlie's Pro-Guide V Series
MSR Evo Classic
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