Redfeather Alpine Ghost Series

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Redfeather Alpine Ghost snowshoes let you go high and deep into the wild country. Their bindings provide a solid connection with just about any footwear.


This is the ideal snowshoe for hunters, trappers, or wildlife photographers. Based on Redfeather's incredibly popular Alpine Series and available in a range of sizes, The Ghost features a winter camo decking and has been designed to blend in to any winter environment that has any level of snowfall, especially mid-winter. Thanks to the Eagle crampon system and Redfeather's legendary V-Tail design, the key words that describe The Ghost are "mobility" and "maneuverability", attributes that any enthusiast relies on when tracking wildlife. The Ghost is an excellent choice for walking and hiking through significant snowfall, or on packed trails.Injection molded Epic bindings feature a 3 ratchet strap system designed for quick and easy entry and exit that will accommodate any boot size.600 Series Aircraft Aluminum V-Tail frame tracks great in deep snow.Delta Hinge connects the binding to the shoe with a reinforced live action hinge that provides increased lateral support, while lifting the tail of the shoe with each step for added mobility.TX 45 Rip stop deck is strong, durable and abrasion -resistant and stays flexible in sub-zero temperatures.Stainless Steel Eagle crampon system bites securely into hard pack or ice encrusted snow.

- Campmor

Redfeather Alpine Ghost Series

previously retailed for:
$122.73 - $149.96

The Redfeather Alpine Ghost Series is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 9, 2017 at REI.

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