Price Paid: $120
Excellent lightweight STURDY snowshoe. It is essentially a molded deck with metal claws and rails.
I have used these for a number of seasons and could not be happier. You can also put deck extenders/tails on the MSR Evo to help in deeper snow. I have stepped on rocks and uneven logs under the snow and they are still going strong.
Awhile back I picked up some of the cheaper snowshoes with the thin plastic deck and outside aluminum frame and the MSR Evo is in a different class altogether.
currently retails for:
$97.97 - $139.95
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