Louis Garneau Ergotrail FX Epic II

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Rise above deep snow while you explore the backcountry and keep your footing on slippery trail ascents thanks to the Louis Garneau Ergo Trail FX Epic II Snowshoe. Slide your foot into the ergonomic-fitted harness, lock down the ratcheting straps, and trod down the trail in comfort. An aluminum frame and synthetic deck material keep things light and stand up to season after season of hiking through the woods. Consider this do-it-all shoe the reliable choice for winter fitness or for simply conquering your cabin fever.

- Backcountry.com

If you find yourself putting on pounds in the winter months, that could be your body telling you to get out there an explore. What's more enjoyable than going out and experiencing something new!? Louis Garneau all-terrain snowshoes are perfect for winter hiking enthusiasts and first-time snowshoers alike. Improve your physical condition while exploring the backcountry or neighboring trails in a way like never before.**Great for men weighing 100-200 lbsDETAILS: Anodized 6061 T-6 aluminum frame: Light and sturdy LIGHTFLEX deck: Resistant, light, and flexible up to -40 degC BACKCOUNTRY molded harness with EVA padding: 3D-contoured harness for maximum comfort Fasteners with ratchet buckle system: Light, pratical, and simple adjustment DAY HIKING front carbon steel crampon: Multidirectional traction for all terrains and snow conditions. TECHNOLOGIES: Ergoshape II: Asymmetrical frame ensuring an excellent snow shedding under foot, comfortable and natural stride, and maximizing flotation on snow Bent Tail: Less dragging effect and improves backward motion Freeflex Pivot: Provides shock absorption and free foot rotation on axle for an efficient stride Snowfree Surface: Excellent snow shedding from deck

- Mountains Plus

Louis Garneau Ergotrail FX Epic II

previously retailed for:
$98.97 - $115.49

The Louis Garneau Ergotrail FX Epic II is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 9, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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