Atlas Snowshoes 12 Series Snowshoes
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- Spring-Loaded Suspension (SLS) patented design suspends the snowshoe close underfoot so it can move freely with its intended articulation
- Wrapp Pro bindings feature FlowTape silicone straps that glide through low-friction buckles and smooth buckle release
- A proprietary Atlas shape, our sturdy aluminum V-Frames track straight in deep snow and the tapered tail pulls less snow as you step forward
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Reengineered to take you higher and deeper than ever before, the new Atlas 12 Series and Elektra 12 Series snowshoes feature their most aggressive traction system yet while maintaining hallmark Atlas durability and comfort. Literally armed to the teeth with new traction - the 12 Series' tenacious, stainless steel Zodiac toe crampon deeply penetrates even the firmest snow, while the weight-activated, StabiLock Rear Traction optimizes weight distribution to its serrated traction elements, for sure footing on the most technical terrain. The men's and women's Wrapp Pro bindings feature FlowTape silicone straps that glide through low-friction buckles with a smooth buckle release for easy on-off use. The 7075 aluminum frame is the lightest, strongest tubing available and the variable ReactiV forming lends a stiffer, more responsive flex. To build on a legacy as storied as the 12 Series required us to design a snowshoe equipped to write the next chapter in Mountain Hiking performance.
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As far as durability goes only time will tell they are extremely lightweight and seem to be well made but they are made for snowshoeing not rockclimbing and I don't think they would do well under extreme abuse.
If you are wanting a top of the line pair of snowshoes I wouldn't hesitate to recommend them.
Love how easy it is to step in and out of these, and I was a little nervous actually on the new models as the straps they use are so quick and easy, I wondered if they would last vs. the old traditional heavy duty seat belt type material straps of old. No worries though as I've punished my new pair this year they still look and operate like new.
If you have the need and can afford it, these are definitely the shoes for you.
Note: I've been snowshoeing for 50+ years. For the last 15 - 20 years I've owned and used a pair of Atlas 1033 snowshoes. The weak link on those snowshoes are the rivets. Under the original lifetime Atlas warranty for those snowshoes, the rivets were repaired twice. Now, however, there are a half-dozen broken rivets, and based on Atlas's revised warranty they will no longer repair the snowshoes without the original receipt. And, after 20 years I don't have the original receipt. At least I was able to put hundreds of miles on those snowshoes.