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Atlas Aspect

photo: Atlas Aspect backcountry snowshoe
Moosejaw says:
Features of the Atlas Aspect 24 Snowshoe ReactiV-Trac construction integrates the classic flex of an elliptically-formed nose with the perimeter traction of a serrated t-frame. Stout SLS straps flex the system's tubular nose allowing the binding, crampon, and frame to conform and articulate independently with the terrain, providing unparalleled Performance and the most confident footing available. Spring-Loaded Suspension (SLS) keeps the Snowshoe close underfoot for easy maneuvering and suspends your foot so it can move freely with its intended articulation. The suspension absorbs impact and lets your foot flex naturally side-to-side for a comfortable, stable position on traverses and uneven terrain. SLS enhances traction control too, as the flex provides deeper crampon penetration into the slope, especially on steep or off-angle terrain. PackFlat Binding is designed for backcountry SnowBoarding and Climbing, and Features quick-lashing urethane straps that Are fully field-replaceable with the included BC Utility Strap. Able to accommodate bigger SnowBoard boots, the bindings collapse flat for easy storage in your pack. Heel Lift Bar helps ease fatigue and ties directly into Advanced Aft Traction for grip Infinity Decking is designed to optimize surface Area while also protecting the deck from abrasion, and integrates the deck below and inside the frame with a unique construction that eliminates frame wrap in a sleek, seamless design Holey-1 Toe Crampon is Atlas' top-end traction and Uses shovel-shaped stainless steel prongs for better hold and sharp ice tips for superior bite on frozen slopes Atlas BC Utility Strap is included with all Atlas Backcountry Adventure Snowshoes and can be used to secure your Snowshoes to your pack, lash together other gear, or carry as an backup strap for the field-replaceable PackFlat Binding or any other emergency situation


Price MSRP: $269.95
Historic Range: $111.73-$289.95


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