Louis Garneau Freeshape FX Apex II

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Safely traverse icy slopes and trek over deep, soft snow with the Louis Garneau Womens Freeshape FX Apex II Snowshoe underfoot. The Apex IIs lightweight Freeshape aluminum frame and Ultra-Lightec deck float on fluff, and the aluminum front crampon penetrates ice on slick sections. Slide your hiking or winter boot into the molded, EVA-padded harness and secure it with with the mitten-friendly Twin Clip Light buckle system.

- Backcountry.com

When you've seen everything you possibly can on your local trails, maybe its time to strap the Louis Garneau Freeshape FX Apex II snowshoes to your feet and experience the backcountry. These high-performance snowshoes are your ticket to the freshly fallen powder! Shaped to provide a natural stride, a bent tail for less dragging and maximum uphill traction for going anywhere.**Great for women weighing 80-160 lbsDETAILS: Anodized 7075 T-6 aluminum frame: 20% lighter, 50% more resistant ULTRA-LIGHTEC deck: 30% lighter, resistant and flexible up to -40 degC Women's BACKCOUNTRY molded harness with EVA padding: 3D-contoured harness for maximum comfort TWIN CLIP LIGHT buckle system: Light, pratical, and mitten-friendly design BACKCOUNTRY PLUS aluminum 7075 T6 front crampon: Multidirectional traction, light, and excellent ice penetration Heel riser: Less calf fatigue when climbing TECHNOLOGIES: Women Freeshape: Enhances medial clearance and ensures a comfortable natural stride Bent Tail: Less dragging effect and improves backward motion V-RAIL: Maximum traction uphill, traverse and downhill Freeflex Pivot: Provides shock absorption and free foot rotation on axle for an efficient stride

- Mountains Plus

Louis Garneau Women's Freeshape FX Apex II

previously retailed for:
$129.98 - $249.95

The Louis Garneau Women's Freeshape FX Apex II is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 13, 2012 at Backcountry.com.

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