Atlas Elektra Access

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Atlas Snow Elektra Access shoe-23 U150100301230. Delivering natural foot articulation with minimal resistance the Elektra Access are there for you when the trail heads uphill.

- CampSaver.com

Features of the Atlas Women's Elektra Access 23 Snowshoe Wrapp trail bindings Are easy to enter and exit while cradling the foot securely Nytex decking is forgiving and quiet when hiking in the cold, providing durability without the weight Light ride suspension allows your foot to articulate naturally for smooth striding on mellower terrain Tempered steel toe crampon for traction on icy terrain Heel lift bar helps ease fatigue on steep climbs

- Moosejaw

Hassle-free, wrapping bindings on these 23 in. snowshoes cradle your feet to molded arch supports and women-specific lasts, and cinch tight with 1 pull of 1 loop for ease of use on rolling terrain.

- REI

These snowshoes are ready for your adventures with their lightweight yet durable design. Nylon composite decking provides strength and flexibility, sturdy v-frames track straight in deep snow, and heel lifts offer your calves some support while navigating hills. Tempered steel toe crampons for traction. Lightweight nylon composite decking for durability. V-frames for straight, stable travel. Fixed bindings offer impact support. Recommended load of 120-200 LBS including hiker plus gear. 27 inches in length. Imported.

- EMS

The combination of Light-Ride Suspension (LRS), the Wrapp Trail binding, and the addition of a heel bar gives the Atlas Elektra Access all the tools needed to confidently tackle uneven, rolling terrain. Delivering natural foot articulation with minimal resistance, the Access and Elektra Access are there for you when the trail heads uphill.

- Mountain Gear

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