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Backcountry-ready for any snow conditions.

Make your way to the next stop in your hut-to-hut backcountry tour in the Redfeather Alpine Snowshoe with Epic Binding, which keeps you on top of deep snow and provides sure footing on high-alpine terrain. The Alpine is now equipped with the Epic binding, an injection-molded, three-ratchet strap system that's designed for quick, easy entry and release as well as a secure hold.

  • TX 45 ripstop decking is lightweight, durable, and abrasion-resistant, but still stays soft in sub-zero temps
  • Eagle crampon system with 360-degree stainless steel crampon grips ice and hardpack, provides traction over uneven terrain, and features a powder coating to help prevent snow and ice build-up
  • The Delta Hinge and injection-molded binding base allow a smooth swing, resist buckling sideways, and keep your strides efficient and predictable
  • Pointed V-tail plunges into the snow when you descend steep slopes, and allows for an easy, natural stride

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5 5

packing some weight

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I sometimes see ultralight backpacking and regular backpacking as two different sports. The RF Alpine may not be your ultralight snowshoe. But winter is the time of year that I do not compromise on gear. When I outfit for the worst conditions I am not all that concerned about a couple of extra pounds here and there. Sure the RF Alpine may weigh a pound more than the ultralight, but I need a snowshoe with the extra strength and flotation to traverse in a blizzard if I need to and not have to leave any gear behind. Yes, I just might be out there in the dead of winter in that type of weather, by myself.