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Manufacturer's Description

Visit MSR's Denali Tyker page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Durable, easy-to-use snowshoes for kids up to 90 lbs., MSR Tyker Snowshoes feature steel crampons and secure bindings for great all-around traction and performance on flat terrain.

- REI

The MSR Tyker is a kid-sized version of their strong, reliable Denali snowshoes. These easy-to-use snowshoes are intended for children who weigh up to 90 pounds (41 kg). They feature steel crampons and kid-friendly molded traction bars for great all-around traction and added safety.

- Mountain Gear

MSR Tyker Kids Snowshoes are durable, easy-to-use children's snowshoes designed for kids who weigh up to 90 pounds (41 kg). Top-level MSR performance and features for a safe fun outing in the snow. Frame is of ultra-strong, injection-molded plastic, with molded traction bars instead of steel to add safety without compromising traction. Steel crampons on the base dig in on uphills to keep little ones steady. Weather-resistant, 2-strap binding delivers freeze-proof and glove-friendly fastening that's easy for smaller hands to manage. Bindings fit a wide range of footwear, and U.S. kids' shoe sizes 7.5 to 13.5, and adult sizes 1 to 4.5. MSR Tykers are the best snowshoes for kids, standing up to years of abuse and getting the littlest of powder hounds out in deep snow. Formerly called MSR Denali Tyker snowshoes. Kids Size. Weight Per Pair: 1 lb, 15 oz or 867 g. Width: 6.5 in, or 16.5 cm. Length: 17 in, or 43.2 cm. Frame and Deck Material: Unibody Injection-molded Plastic. Crampon Material: Stainless Steel. Footwear Size Range: Kids 7.5-13.5, Adult 1-4.5. Made in Seattle, USA. Available Color(s): Red, Gray

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

The Kids' Tyker Snowshoe from MSR isn't some wimpy snowshoe designed to break after four uses. It's actually just a scaled-down version of MSR's Denali Snowshoes, so you know it's durable as well as functional. The bindings can be easily manipulated by children, even when wearing mittens. The crampons are durable steel for excellent traction in all conditions.

- Backcountry.com