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Arm Coolers

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Costly. Fit well if sized correctly. Cool and sunburn-free. Info tag pokes. Latex! LATEX: If you have a latex allergy, do not use these. Info tag pokes your underarm soft skin if you don't fold correctly. Otherwise, they keep the sun off and feel cool. Rather expensive. Full review

White Everest

rated 5 of 5 stars I call these the Subaru of Snowshoes. They are light, great traction, flotation, and ease of use because of the Boa system. We have been snowshoeing for 20 years using various ones ranging from cheapos to Redfeathers to Atlas. We have three other pairs of older hypalon/aluminum tech. We have had these now for like four years when I saw them first advertised and found a deal on Amazon. She has the White and I have the Black. The white and black ones are identical except for color. I see they now… Full review

Versant

rated 3 of 5 stars Bindings disappointing, didn't fit around boot and heel moved. I did a lot of research before I bought these to replace my 20-year-old super reliable Tubbs. Unfortunately, I will be returning them and looking for something else. The binding system, which was why I chose these, didn't fit properly around my boot, no matter how I adjusted them (and I'm a gear junkie, I tried lots of variations of foot position and tension). There were gaps at the front part of the wrap around the boot and as I walked,… Full review

Blizzard II

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Louis Garneau Blizzard II snowshoe has excellent flotation and traction. Its BOA binding system is easy to use with gloves and cushions the whole front of your foot, with none of the pressure points common to straps. Even though we have next to no snow on the ground right now, I decided I was going to buy another pair of snowshoes (actually two pairs, I got a deal on the second pair that I couldn't pass up) and put my faith in the fact that it HAS to snow more this winter. I received them last… Full review

Blizzard

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Fine snowshoes. Good company I wish I could truly review mine, but in the middle of the most snowless winter I probably have lived through I cannot. We have no snow and haven't had more than two inches of sameĀ this season. I can say I have a brand new pair of 10x36's bought late last springĀ and they look great and they appear to be tough as bullhide, but I do not know. They do measure almost an inch over 36. I did pay $94 for mine on a Sierra Trading Post closeout. And I look forward to trying… Full review

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Louis Garneau is one of Canada's largest sporting goods brands, specializing in winter gear, apparel, and bicycles.

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Lightweight Racing Snowshoes: Easton, Louis Garneau, Crescent Moon
Lightweight racing snowshoes from Easton and Louis Garneau, were among the standouts at Outdoor Retailer's All Mountain Demo Day. But, what's the lightest weight snowshoes known to man? Read more
January 23, 2013

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Louis Garneau USA
1352 East Main Street
Newport, VT 05855
USA

phone: (802) 334-5885
toll-free: (800) 448-1984
fax: (800) 448-1985

website: www.louisgarneau.com

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30 Rue des Grands-Lacs
St-Augustin-de-Desmaures , QC G3A 2E6
Canada

phone: (418) 878-4135
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