MSR Shift

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MSR Shift snowshoes are designed with all the key performance features of their full-size Denali series shoes, delivering premium performance to young adventurers. Shift Snowshoes are made for youth whose shoesize is between a Youth size 3 and Men's size 8 and are recommended for persons weighing up to 125 lbs.

- CampSaver.com

The MSR Shift Kid's snowshoe allows pre-teens on the cusp of a growth spurt who aren't quite big enough for adult sized snowhoes to float above the freshies. Aboard the Shift they'll probably lead the pack. Borrows the same steel traction bars and crampon technology as the MSR adult shoes Offers outstanding all-conditions grip Injection-molded deck stands up to years of abuse Easy-to-use bindings adjust to fit shoes sizes 1 - 7 US (Men's), 32 - 41 EU Dimensions: 19.5 x 7 in (49.5 x 18 cm) Load: Up to 125 lbs (57 kg)

- OMCgear

MSR Shift 19 in. Snowshoes for Kids The MSR Shift 19 in. Snowshoes for Kids, are the best snowshoes available for kids for a fun-filled outing this winter. Its steel traction bars and crampons provide a remarkable grip on any type of surface. With its injection-molded deck, the snowshoes offer long-lasting durability. The easy-to-use bindings, canbe adjusted to suit your shoe size and provide a perfect fit. The molded brakes give you an excellent grip and make uphill and downhill movement easy. These snowshoes are safe and comfortable and come in a range of sizes to choose the one that fit you best. Let your kids enjoy the comfort of the MSR Shift 19 in. Snowshoes for Kids, and make this winter season a memorable one.

- SunnySports

Help break the cabin fever when you get your little buddy on the snow with the MSR Kids' Shift Snowshoe. Built for kids weighing less than 125lb, this strong plastic shoe keeps your restless hiker moving on top of the fresh snow, instead of sinking into it. And if things get icy, the stainless steel crampons and traction bars dig in and give him or her sure footing.

- Backcountry.com