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Redfeather Snowshoes Hike Snowshoe


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Model 22 (8x22)
  • Stainless-steel crampon system is powder-coated to prevent build-up of snow and ice
  • Extruded 6000 series aluminum tube frame with rounded Western tail design
  • TX35 vinyl decking
  • Control bindings feature Z-pattern nylon straps with side buckles for easy adjustments to any size boots
  • Live Action Hinge lifts the tail of the shoe from the snow with every step for added mobility and speed
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Product Description

What is it you really want out of life? Glamour? Bleck. Frovolity? Baah. You want dependability. You want to put on your snowshoes and know you can march off on your snowy way and not worry about your gear. You want solid bindings and lots of floatation, and you don't want to suffer fiscal jeopardy to attain them. Basically, what you want is to tuck these Redfeather Hike snowshoes under your arm, saunter up to the checkout and make them yours. Control bindings feature Z-pattern nylon straps with side buckles for easy adjustments to any size boots. The heel strap is molded from tough, flexible polymer and fitted with a special toggle-activated buckle. A flat, textured foot bed provides a solid foundation for traversing and climbing. Model 22: weight: 3.0 lbs. user weight: up to 150 lbs.; model 25: weight: 3.3 lbs. user weight: up to 175 lbs.; model 30: weight: 3.7 lbs. user weight: up to 220 lbs.; model 36: weight: 4.7 lbs. user weight: over 220 lbs.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001HBHI1K
  • Item model number: HIKE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #271,861 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The snow was so deep (3-4 feet!!!)
smb
The only drawback I've noticed is that the binding straps are very long, so they have to be tucked in so as not to step on them.
KL
They are a good quality, USA made product.
Kenneth L. Woofenden

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By River Chef on January 25, 2010
Redfeather Snowshoes Hike Snowshoe:

First thing right out of the box, these are super light and packaged very well.

I tried them on right away, in comparing the shoes, many have ratchet style bindings and I was told to stay away from that if the ratchet pops you are having a long walk home, the pinch point is also right under the ratchet so this is a sore spot after a long day in the snow.

So this strap binding locks down right over my shoe all the way around and it is a solid and snug fit.

The decking is a soft nylon with a weave in the material that should stay soft in cold conditions.

The Crampons are powder coated so snow will not stick and so far it works.

I was also looking at the Nylon Conquest Redfeather Snowshoes Conquest USA Injection Molded Snowshoe I love the idea that it has a cross country binding for running and shorter trips. However, in the end the traditional style was best for us.

Lastly, it was a great surprise to see these are actually made in the USA...

I will update this review if things change, but now it is a A+ product...
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By KL on February 11, 2008
Size Name: Model 25 (8x25)
I'm very happy so far with these snowshoes. They provide good traction, they are lightweight, and the bindings stay tight throughout the hike. The only drawback I've noticed is that the binding straps are very long, so they have to be tucked in so as not to step on them. Overall, a great snowshoe!
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Chas on February 6, 2009
I purchased these 9x30 on closeout from another site, $83 delivered with bag and poles. Supposed to be good for 220 pounds, i used these in the woods with 18" of snow , 2" loose snow over 16" of fairly dense old snow. I was sinking 7" to 8" with every step which made for some prety hard going. Made it back home and also noticed that they had a bad tendency to pigeon toe a bit excessivly, checked the bindings and they were still tight. Removal was easy and the quality and workmanship are very good (made in USA). I went inside and weighed myself with every thing on and was 185 pounds, well below the 220 pound rating. These are definetly not good for breaking your own trail.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Wally J on January 18, 2011
I have used the Redfeather Hike 22 snowshoes four times for a total of 11 hours. They are well-constructed, and unlike my two other pairs of showshoes, the bindings maintain foot alignment with virtually no shifting. The binding straps adjust easily, but securing the extra length beneath rubber O-ring restraints requires fussing.

The Live-Action Hinge causes trouble: Designed to lift the back of the snowshoe so that it does not drag, it flips powdery snow up the back of the user, coating legs and back, even throwing snow onto and over the head. At a good walking pace, it creates a Pigpen-like cloud, a personal blizzard. Trekking in a crusty 6 inch snow proved less problematic but still irritating. Chunks of snow hit my legs and back with each step. Surprisingly, running nearly eliminated the pummeling, possibly due to outdistancing the flying bits. The tendency to throw snow may be different in longer length models.

The hinge arrangement has some maneuvering advantages, e.g., when backing up or stepping over obstructions, but there is an inherent disadvantage in deep snow: A snowshoe that drags lifts the front clear of the snow ahead. The Redfeather Hike shoes have a relatively low rise, and when the hinge lifts the back, the front can trip on snow.

I want to like these snowshoes, but the snowstorm they create is remarkable. Wear extra leg protection, gaiters, and a hat; run; or consider a different product.

Follow-up: An easy fix changed these snowshoes from an ordeal to nearly ideal. As manufactured, the binding is secured through both the decking material and a resilient neoprene band. That attachment to the decking is what makes the shoe too springy.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Wecanoe on December 31, 2010
Reviewer: long time xc'er (wt 100kg) getting back into snowshoes after 40 years; used them with 3-pin Nordic leather boots (Asolo Alaska) with factory bindings and 3-pin,
Terrain: three short trips: 4" wet snow on pasture and 6" dry snow on wet crust in mountains with the factory bindings; 4" new cold snow on frozen crust with 3-pin

Positives:
* made in USA
* price
* tails do not flip snow up (some shorter RF's and other shoes with similar bindings reported to do so)
* rear poly strap easy to adjust and remove
* toe strap cinches tighly enough
* tracked well in 6" powder over wet snow with factory bindings
* factory bindings easier on and off than older Tubbs ratchet system I tried
* shoes lift and glide pretty well

Negatives
* with factory bindings, shoes consistently went pigeon-toed on harder surfaces such as trails, though they tracked ok in soft snow, whereas ratchet system (older Tubbs) tracked straight
* fabric straps too long, had to tie 'em off
* binding materials thinner and more flexible than similar bindings on Atlas shoes
* crampons likely not suitable for steep and icy terrain

Deltas
* removed factory bindings then cut, drilled and installed 1/4" ABS plate for 3-pin Nordic bindings. About a three hour job for both shoes. Tried the shoes and they tracked like bullets on very hard cold crust and same with about 4" powder. Note; got binding idea from friend who did same on another brand of shoes using 1/8" aluminum plate under NNN bindings. Worked well for him and wife.
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