Louis Garneau Freeshape FX Pulse II

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Trek over a snowy, silent trail with the Louis Garneau Women's Freeshape FX Pulse II Snowshoe. A strong and lightweight aluminum frame, a flexible Ultra-Lightec deck, and a carbon steel crampon provide a sturdy platform that grips soft or icy snow surfaces. Just slide your hiking or winter boot into the EVA-padded harness, tighten the two ratchet buckles, and adjust the heel strap to lock the FX Pulse II Snowshoe to your foot.

- Backcountry.com

Designed specifically for women, the Louis Garneau Freeshape FX Pulse II snowshoes are a perfect backcountry companion. When you want to explore and take on the steep route to the summit, whether you're walking through fresh pow or packed ice these snowshoes will get you where you're going.**Great for women weighing 80-160 lbsDETAILS: Anodized 6061 T-6 aluminum frame: Light and sturdy 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 Fasteners with ratchet buckle system: Light, pratical, and simple adjustment BACKCOUNTRY front carbon steel crampon: Multidirectional traction in all terrain and snow conditions 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 Pulse II

previously retailed for:
$139.96 - $157.46

The Louis Garneau Women's Freeshape FX Pulse II is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 20, 2011 at Backcountry.com.

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