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Great design, great price, great product
I've had these for a couple years now and love 'em. They've got great lateral traction as well as straight ahead. I'm 180lbs and where my full 30lb pack and they 30in kick ass no problem. The strapping mechanism is quick, easy, simple, and light. I've stabbed the Nytex deck many times with the spikes of the other showshoe, my hiking poles, and other camping gear I've dropped on it, and they have yet to fail. The Al rails are super scratched up from all the rock hopping I've done on these things, and I haven't had a problem with cracks or bent poles or anything. The steel crampons along the bottom haven't lost their edge either. Hopefully I'll be wearing these guys for many seasons to come.
I have used these snowshoes on level and hilly terrain. In deep powder and on windblown crusty drifts. I really like how they fit and how light they are. Seem to work well in all conditions.
Recently got a pair, and must say they are fantastic. They are not the best ever for blazing trail on a powder day. But going with the 30In version when you fall into both weight classes, should keep you on top better than the smaller size.Straps are super easy to tighten even with gloves on, but are more difficult to take off. Stick well on most surfaces (except super steep and hard packed) A little honing session should take care of that problem.
i love em. i've tried a couple other pairs of snowshoes but they were a lot more difficult to get on and off. THESE adjust super easy with their innovative adjustable strap that allows you to quickly put on/ remove the snow shoes. great feature!
light snow blowers with teeth
The best thing about these shoes is the "Wrapp" system bindings. It is great, on or off in seconds without your boots slipping around once they are in - its literally step in, pull, + go. And the "go" is so natural because of the shoe's design.
The decks + frames are both well built, solid, + light. The crampons have yet to let me down, even on the steepest inclines, traverses, depths, or snow types.
165 pounds + a loaded pack don't phase these.
The only downside to these is these bad boys is they amount they throw snow because of their binding type. When moving quickly without a pack I have had snow at head level. Nothing a good pair of pants can't handle though.
Fix the snowball fight + this is a 5-star shoe for the price for anyone that isn't looking to climb Everest.