Atlas Elektra Stratus

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Atlas Snow Elektra Stratus shoe-23 U160100601230. Find limitless adventure with a simple clockwise turn of the Boa Closure System.

- CampSaver.com

Taking you to the peak and beyond, the Atlas Elektra Stratus 23 women's snowshoes offer aggressive traction and micro-adjustable, precision-fit Wrapp Helix bindings with exacting Boa closures.

- REI

The Atlas Women's Elektra Stratus 23 Snowshoe is all about traversing the mountain Snow. Built for deep, steep terrain, this Technical Snowshoe is ready to reach the top. A Wrapp; Helix binding coupled with the Boa; closure system secures your foot to the shoe, so walking across the Snow is easier and losing a shoe isn't on your mind. Get all the traction necessary with an All-Trac; toe crampon and Traverse Trac rails. Features of the Atlas Women's Elektra Stratus 23 Snowshoe Performance-driven Technology and innovation you've come to expect from Atlas Winter fun while tackling more challenging terrain Steep climbs calf muscles tire quickly and traction decreases when your foot matches the slope angle Time-tested geometry of our All-Trac toe crampon provides traction in all directions Wider traction tabs on the sides and corners complement sharp front and rear points for confident hiking Tapered tail pulls less Snow as you step forward saving your energy Sharp ridges of our side rails augment the downhill function of the heel cleat Running parallel to the Snowshoe frame for solid footing

- Moosejaw

The Atlas Elektra Stratus 23 snowshoes offer aggressive traction and micro-adjustable, precision-fit Wrapp Helix bindings with Boa closures to take you to the peak and beyond.

- Mountain Gear