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When the snow has given your favorite hiking trail a new look and feel, keep up your routine with the help of the Redfeather Women’s Pace Snowshoe Kit. This kit includes a pair of the Pace snowshoe—which is cut narrower just for women—as well as trekking poles, and a convenient tote bag.

  • Injection-molded Summit binding features a 'stand-up' design for quick entry and exit as well as three solid straps that provide excellent side-to-side control
  • Live-Action Hinge automatically lifts the heel as you take a step to keep your strides quick, easy, and efficient
  • TX35 vinyl decking supports your frame and distributes your weight across a wider surface area to keep you on top of the snow
  • Sure-Grip crampons bite into the snow when you start up an incline and include rear points for increased traction on descents
  • UV-resistant Reflex strap materials maintain a soft feel, even in the harshest weather conditions
  • The 7075-T6 aluminum 3-section poles easily adjust to fit your height and collapse down for storage; the poles also feature snow baskets and anatomically molded grips
  • Tote bag carries an extra layer and snack for quick excursions on snowy trails

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Hi. Most women's snowshoes at 21 inches...

Hi. Most women's snowshoes at 21 inches go up to a weight of 150lbs. This model says 125lbs. Is this an error or should I look at another model?

The narrow tail on these reduces surface area. That gives them a lower weight capacity than a snowshoe with similar length, but wider tail.

They will work fine up to 150, but I would suggest looking into the Redfeather Vapors fo running. They have done very well for Kevin Tarras this year and last.

Can these be used to for a running pace?

Can these be used to for a running pace?

hi! looking for my first pair of snowshoes...

hi! looking for my first pair of snowshoes for rolling hills....i thought that weight is a determining factor for the correct shoe?

Hi Suzie, yes max weight (you and gear) is the first variable to use in determining the correct snowshoe to get... the second is the type of terrain, experience, etc...