Redfeather Guide Series
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CLOSEOUTS . To appreciate the features on Redfeather's Guide 30 snowshoes, you don't need to be a backcountry guide. A rounded Western tail on the oversized 6000 series aluminum frame adds flotation for deep powder. The Condor stainless steel crampons are Redfeather's most aggressive and will dig into any frozen surface. Practically indestructible Hypalon II decking is built to last. Pivot rod foot hinge and Ultra II quick-release crossover bindings. Weight capacity: 220 lb. Dimensions: 30x9 Weight: 6 lb. 10 oz. pr. Material: Synthetic decking and bindings CLOSEOUTS . USA. Visit our Snowshoes Buying Guide
- Sierra Trading Post
Free Shipping. Redfeather Guide 30 Snowshoe (Fall 2008) &The Guide 30 by Redfeather is a backcountry expedition model with Rounded Western Tail for exceptional flotation. Features: 7/8;quot; indestructible powder coated frame and Hypalon II decking ensures durability and dependability. Condor Crampon System, Redfeather's largest, most aggressive stainless steel crampon system grips when you need it most. Pivot Rod Hinge allows the foot to rotate and leave the snowshoe on the ground for maximum flotation. Available with the Pilot binding system, the snowshoe fits to the user's boot size with only two adjustments. Ultra binding also so available. Specs: Guide 30 Weight (Pilot/Ultra): 5.4 / 4.4 lbs. User Weight: Up to 220 lbs.
Oversized tubing and snowboard-boot friendly bindings make the Redfeather Guide Series Snowshoes ready for deep pow days in the backcountry. The wide tubing provides floatation, and aggressive, stainless-steel crampons dig in on your descents. The Pilot II binding's injection-molded frame gives your foot lateral support, and toe and heel straps secure your boot. Thanks to a pivot-rod hinge, the back of the Guide Series Snowshoe stays in the snow as you step, creating more float and allowing the tips to stay up in deep pow.
Redfeather's GuideSeries has a new bolder look and is stronger for those backcountry treks. Update
- Snow Leopard Mountain Sports