Atlas Elektra Serrate

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The women's Atlas Elektra Serrate 27 snowshoes let you go deeper and steeper than ever before, delivering uncompromised performance and comfort thanks to their aggressive traction and precision fit.


Features of the Atlas Women's Elektra Serrate 23 Snowshoe Performing on steeper and more advanced terrain without compromising comfort Serrate Uses a classic-style frame with Higher-grade aluminum Blending cylindrical and elliptical shaping and increasing strength in load-bearing Areas Tapering at the tail to accommodate a woman's natural gait Silicone straps that glide through low-friction buckles with a smooth buckle release for easy on-off use 7075 aluminum Reactiv frame changes from a cylindrical to an elliptical shape to increase strength where the frame bears the greatest loads for a stiffer Suspension absorbs impact and lets your foot flex naturally side-to-side for a comfortable Stable position on traverses and uneven terrain Elektra frames Are shaped to accommodate a woman's natural gait with tapered tails

- Moosejaw

Atlas Snow Elektra Serrate shoe-23 U160101101230. With the stainless steel Zodiac toe crampon and tempered steel Stabilock rear traction you are guaranteed secure grip on icy slippery terrain.


Go deeper and steeper than before on the new Atlas Elektra Serrate Snowshoe. The Elektra Serrate is the pinnacle of the new Peak Series with its lightweight and performance-driven design. To better support its time-tested Spring-Loaded Suspension system, the Serrate uses a classic-style frame with higher-grade aluminum, blending cylindrical and elliptical shaping and increasing strength in load-bearing areas while tapering at the tail to accommodate a woman's natural gait.

- Mountain Gear