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Gear Review

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Personal best choice of snowshoe

This is by far the best snowshoe i have ever used for back country access while snowboarding. the ratchets and the boot compatible binding are incredibly easy to use and will adjust to any size snowboard boot. care free in terms of maintenance, and you rarely have to worry about popping out of the binding while hiking. the main (and only) problem i have run into is finding a pack that makes for easy carrying of the shoes while you're on your board. A major plus for me, the candy apple red model always puts a smile on my face when i look down at my feet. The color of this shoe beats any other model i have seen. feel free to ask any questions

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Hi Jordan,

I own these snowshoes, but have not yet taken them out for the reason mentioned. What pack did you decide on that its them correctly?

Thanks,
Michael

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Hi Jordan,

I own these snowshoes, but have not yet taken them out for the reason mentioned. What pack did you decide on that its them correctly?

Thanks,
Michael

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I bought the crescent moon carrying bag specific for these snowshoes. Then I simply made a set of strap extensions for my Dakine Heli pack. Matching buckles can be found at any quality outdoor store. I sewed the top extension to the snowshoe bag in place- just so I can't lose it. This way I can keep them ready in their bag and just grab them with my pack, clip them on and go.

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i picked up the burton riders pack. it features a vertical board carry, which i found can be adjusted to the wide toe of these snowshoes pretty well. if you ski, the closure straps on the sides can be used as a ski carry too, though i dont think thats what burton was going for (still works very well). its a plus size day pack and it can carry a shovel, food, and extra layers comfortably.