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Who said snowshoeing has to be hard?

Atlas made the Women's Elektra 10 Series Snowshoe to make your winter hiking experience easy, comfortable, and more fun than you thought possible. Between its lightweight frame, plush bindings, and grippy crampon and rails, this binding will tempt you powerfully to stay out all day.

  • Spring-loaded suspension keeps the snowshoe close underfoot for easy maneuvering and enables deeper crampon penetration into the slope
  • Wrapp Swift bindings feature comfortable EVA padding and easy-to-use straps
  • Tempered steel All-Trac crampons get you across steep, icy slopes, while Traverse Trac rails deliver extra-secure footing
  • Atlas 6061 aluminum V-Frame design with a turned-up, tapered tail lets you walk naturally
  • Nytex deck fabric handles rocks and sheds snow
  • Riser bar eases strain on calf muscles

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Decent Shoes, but throws a bit of snow

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Got these for my wife at the same time I got some men's Atlas 10s for myself, and we've taken both sets all around the far corners of Minnesota.

All in all, they're a very solid shoe, easy to get on and off with the one strap system, and the crampons are great for slicker hills. The only reason we'd give it a 4 instead of a 5 is they do have a tendency to throw a lot of snow onto the back of her legs, something my pair of Atlas 10s doesn't seem to do as much. Not a huge deal if you've got a good pair of waterproof snowpants on (recommended anyways for deep backcountry outings), but if you're in regular pants for a quick city park hike, they're gonna get wet and probably some snow getting down inside your boots too.

They do throw some snow! Or at least they did at one time. On my last 2 trips I noticed the snow-throwing had stopped. I think maybe my bindings loosened up a bit after years of use. I'm happy about it since the 'shoes still seem to function just fine.

I'm looking for snowshoes for a woman who's...

I'm looking for snowshoes for a woman who's ~150lbs (not sure of exact weight...). What size of Atlas Elektra 10s are best?

I have the 27's & I don't wish they were smaller. They're quite maneuverable & if your friend wants to carry a pack, it's good to have the longer shoe. These are great snowshoes, Atlas makes good stuff.


Easy to use and stable

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

The shoe needs to be easy to put on and comfortable without coming loose. While using the needs to be a feeling of stability. The Atlas meets these requirements - very nice product.