MSR Women's Lightning Ascent Snowshoe
|Price:||$284.95 - $289.95|
- 360 Degree Traction frames deliver edge-to-edge grip and split teeth of Torsion2 crampons better distribute forces for more continuous contact
- Two-piece, independently conforming AT bindings create our most secure, freeze-resistant attachment
- Add-on Modular Flotation tails allow you the maneuverability of a smaller, primary snowshoe with the added, on-demand flotation of optional
- Ergo Televators reduce fatigue and increase traction on the steeps with an ergonomic design that engages with a simply flick of a pole grip
- Narrow frames are ideal for women, those with a narrow gait, or anyone seeking the lightest snowshoe possible
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What began as a solution for women has become the top choice of anyone with a narrow gait, or those seeking the lightest possible alternative in this aggressive snowshoe. We engineered our Women's 360 Degree Traction frames in conjunction with a renowned expert in athletic biomechanics, resulting in a lower-profile frame that saves weight and improves agility with narrow gaits. Paired with our AT bindings to create our most secure attachment, new tougher decking and the easily engaged Ergo Televators, they'll back you up with every step.
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Watch for rubbing on the binding from your shoes. Yes there seems to be a left and right shoe, try it both ways, I buckle these on the outside of my feet. This seems to give me more room to step when I walk in them. Great for climbing.
We got more snow this year than we have in the last 2 so we decided to get some snow shoes. These are great! We walked about 4 miles round trip and were not nearly as fatigued as we would have been walking in 3 ft deep snow. I call that success!