Description

Summertime speed over wintertime terrain.

For a light and fast snowshoe that can handle training, racing, and traveling through deep snow, step into the ultralight Redfeather Race Snowshoe and start chasing after glory. This snowshoe features Redfeather's Cross Country binding lightweight straps to provide a secure fit without the weight, and the race-worthy aluminum frame is ready to handle your blazing speeds.
  • Lightweight extruded 6000 series aluminum V-tail frame gives you a strong base to hold your weight on top of the deep snow
  • Cross Country binding is extremely lightweight, and the urethane straps cinch down to fit any running shoe or light hiker
  • Live-Action Hinge automatically lifts the heel as you take a step to keep your strides quick, easy, and efficient
  • Hypalon II decking supports your frame and distributes your weight across a wider surface area to keep you on top of the snow
  • Strong, lightweight titanium crampons bite into the snow when you start up an incline and include rear points for increased traction on descents
  • 8x25in size ideal for variable terrain and deeper snow

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4 5

The Race Rocks!

The Redfeather Race (should be renamed fast tracks) ROCK!
I have been using these shoes for getting in and out of the areas around aa marsh that I frequent while carring a 25 lb. photo gear pack. Love these things. Light weight but Very durable and quiet when I need to be. Thanks to the Hypalon decking. Only thing I would like to see is the addition of side crampons. The current Titanium talons are great but I would like to have more traction while moving side ways on hills.