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Run every month of the year.

For some people, running is like drug: they need their daily endorphin fix like the air they breath. If this sounds like you, don't let winter snowstorms get in the way of your daily runs ever again. Strap on a pair of Atlas Run Snowshoes and hit the trail. Weighing in at just over a pound each, these snowshoes are shaped to accommodate a runner's all-out stride while the spring-loaded suspension allows for natural articulation of the joints.

  • The lightweight 7075 aluminum speed V-frame is designed to accommodate a runner's all-out stride
  • Spring-Loaded Suspension provides high-energy returns and excellent maneuverability
  • Aluminum Twin-Trac Toe Crampons and Heel Cleats provide secure traction on icy terrain
  • The Run LightSpeed bindings provide precise foot placements while keeping overall weight down
  • Durable Nytex decking stands up to tough trails and efficiently sheds snow
  • The Run Snowshoes weigh in at just over a pound each, so you hardly even notice you're wearing them

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3 5

Still a snowshoe

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

A smaller footprint than a regular snowshoe, and it helps to have a narrow tail, but it's still a snowshoe. So it's clumsy and inadequate for the sport of running. If you want to "hurry" while snowshoeing than these will be adequate. You can "shonshoe jog" in them, but don't think you are going for a run or you will be disappointed.

Will these snowshoes comfortably support...

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Will these snowshoes comfortably support 200 lbs?I weight around 190-192, but with gear it gets closer to 200...

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No. I am around 190 now, it snowed so I was on some power and they sunk right through it. If you are on ice or snow that is already packed down you should be okay...but you'd also be okay on running shoes with some bolts screwed into them.