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One of Redfeather's most popular snowshoes and built specifically for a woman's stride, the Hike(TM) for Women features a narrowed Western Roundtail for superior flotation and a Live Action Hinge for added mobility and speed. Because a woman has a slightly narrower stride than a man, Redfeather created the framework of this snowshoe to be in harmony with that narrow stride. The Sure Grip(TM) crampon system with stainless steel front and rear crampons for stability is powder coated to shed snow and ice. The result is a woman's snowshoe that will provide hour after hour of hiking and recreational snowshoeing enjoyment. . . . . . This product will be shipped directly from Liberty Mountain and will leave their warehouse in 2-3 business days. Eligible for UPS ground shipping only. . . . . . . . Live-action hinge technology. . Stainless steel front and rear crampons offer superior traction. . Deck: Rip stop vinyl. . Crampon: Sure Grip(TM). . Binding: SV2. . Frame: 6000 Series Aircraft Aluminum. .
With western round tails for maximum flotation and a frame specifically built to accommodate the narrow stride of a woman, the Redfeather Hike snowshoes provide sure footing on rolling terrain.
The Redfeather Women's Hike Snowshoe was designed to provide a snowshoeing experience that is easy on a woman's hips, knees and joints. Because a woman has a slightly narrower stride than a man, Redfeather created the framework of this snowshoe to be in harmony with that narrow stride. The result is a woman's snowshoe that will provide hour after hour of hiking and recreational snowshoeing enjoyment. The Live Action Hinge on the Hike for Women picks the tail of the snowshoe up with each step for added mobility and speed. The Control Binding System is a rugged design with quick-adjust nylon webbing that ensures a secure fit and superior lateral support.
Pop Tarts may be the only things holding some otherwise intelligent folks from attaining membership into our illustrious club. Winter doesn't forgive careless decisions easily. Start the day off with the right fuel and your likelihood of saying, "My toes are cold. Can we go in?" are greatly reduced. This can be every bit as important as picking the right snowshoes. Something with all-around performance that doesn't chew up your whole post-workout, cappuccino-indulgence budget (hint, hint). CRAMPONS: Sure Grip(TM) crampon system with stainless steel front and rear crampons for stability. Powdered coated to shed snow and ice. FRAME: 6000 Series Aluminum. Western Round tail for maximum flotation. DECKING: TX 35 Rip Stop - Superior puncture and abrasion resistant material that stays soft in sub zero temperatures. BINDINGS: CONTROL- A rugged, secure binding which features a solid polymer heel plate, semi-rigid injection-molded polyurethane toe and heel frames for superior lateral support, quick-adjust nylon webbing to secure foot in frames, and a flexible urethane heel strap which stretches to hold heel of boot securely. HINGE: Live-Action Hinge lifts the tail of the shoe from the snow with every step for added mobility and speed. Model Dimensions Surface Area Weight Per Pair Optimal Load Women's Hike Control 22 7.5" x 22" 165 in^2 3.0 lbs Up to 150 lbs Women's Hike Control 25 7.5" x 25" 187.5 in^2 3.3 lbs Up to 175 lbs *Please Note: Snowshoe weights are approximate. The Redfeather Story Redfeather Snowshoes was founded in 1988 by a snow-bound triathlete with the idea of designing a better snowshoe that would allow racers to train during the snowy Colorado winter months. His original design became the legendary Redfeather Redtail, the lightweight aluminum V-tail snowshoe that transformed snowshoeing from an awkward mode of transportation into the modern sport that we all know today. Located in La Crosse, Wisconsin, Redfeather continues to strive for technical innovation, performance, and unsurpassed quality in all of its snowshoes.
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