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Rise above deep snow while you explore the backcountry and keep your footing on slippery trail ascents thanks to the Louis Garneau Ergo Trail FX Epic II Snowshoe. Slide your foot into the ergonomic-fitted harness, lock down the ratcheting straps, and trod down the trail in comfort. An aluminum frame and synthetic deck material keep things light and stand up to season after season of hiking through the woods. Consider this do-it-all shoe the reliable choice for winter fitness or for simply conquering your cabin fever.

  • Lightweight and sturdy Ergoshape II aluminum frame has an asymmetric shape that's wider in front of the toe for float in deep snow and skinnier in the tail for efficient snow evacuation
  • LIGHTFLEX deck is light, durable, and maintains flexibility down to -40 degrees Celsius
  • Molded harness with EVA padding makes long hikes comfortable and uses securely locking ratchet buckles for ease of adjustment
  • Raised Bent tail minimizes snowshoe drag on the snow and makes it easier to walk backward
  • Freeflex pivot keeps your stride natural by allowing the foot to freely rotating on the axle so you're less fatigued
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Great set of snowshoes!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I've used them numerous times now and they have performed exactly how I want them too. I like that they are small enough to keep up with the runners, yet still big enough to stay on top of the fresh pow pow. Awesome snowshoes.

The only down side is that the paint or graphics they use come off pretty easily. I think mine rubbed off the first or second time I wore them. Maybe it was because you're not "supposed" to jump off 20 foot stumps into snow. :)

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Was looking at these snowshoes for a while,...

Was looking at these snowshoes for a while, and was curious if the bindings on this specific set were compatible with a snowboard boot (in this case, a Men's 10). I'm looking at the 930, as I weigh 165, so would be in the 100-200 range with up to a 35lb pack. Don't plan on over-nighting, so I think it's the right size.

I have a pair of traditional insulated boots I would use for day hikes, but was wondering If I did end up hiking and bringing the snowboard along for the descents, if I would be able to use the snowboard boots without a big hassle (read: lugging around another pair of boots and changing on the mountain).

Thanks in advance, -MP