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Lay some trail of your own.
Put miles of snow behind you as you trek in the Atlas Aspect Snowshoe. This backcountry trailblazer boasts Atlas' proprietary Spring-Loaded Suspension, which uses offset webbing straps for natural side-to-side motion. Don't worry if you don't have snowshoe-specific boots; PackFlat bindings offer the convenience of quick-adjust straps that accommodate snowboard kicks or even mountaineering boots.
The Atlas Aspect Snowshoe is
designed to give you total mobility, even when it gets deep and the terrain gets extra-rugged.
The Aspect is designed to really excel when your walk in the woods
becomes a run in the woods, with a lightweight ReactiV-Trac frame that
maximizes flotation and provides unparalleled traction with aggressive, saw-toothed perimeter traction. Atlas' re-designed PackFlat
binding provides comfort and easy entry and features a quick-lashing Z-Strap that's both more secure and lighter weight than the previous design. The Spring-Loaded suspension
allows for natural articulation of the joints, kinetic energy return,
and an easy, natural-feeling stride. The Infinity decking is extremely
tough and lightweight, and it sheds snow so you aren't carrying pounds
of nature along with you. The Holey-1 toe crampon is independently sprung to put the traction exactly where you need it.
- Lightweight aluminum frame
- Durable Infinity decking
- Spring-Loaded suspension
- PackFlat binding
- Holey-1 toe crampon
- Aggressive, saw-toothed perimeter traction
- Item #ATL2304
- Q & A
Lightweight and Durable
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This specific snowshoe offers reactive track construction which offers aggressive, saw-tooth perimeter traction. Its elliptical form and tubular nose facilitates the comfortable articulation of the spring loaded suspension. The heel lift eases calf fatigue on steep ascents. The Aspect features a shallower nose angle and pack flat bindings accommodate larger snowboard or mountaineering boots. Its lightweight, packable and offers 24 or 28" lengths . It is a reliable addition to any mountaineer, ice climber or back country snowboarders kits.
I wear a size 12 snowboard boot, so its...
I wear a size 12 snowboard boot, so its pretty big. Does anybody know if Id still fit in these? If not, does anybody know of any that I would fit in? These seem pretty wide considering the fact that their already 24 inches long. Overall I would much rather get snowshoes then have to get a splitboard with skins because its much cheaper. Thanks.
Atlas designed these to have a larger binding to fit a bulkier boot, however they are sized to a maximum boot size of 13. Since there is a lot of variability in snowboard boots today it depends on the brand and model of your boots. If they are an older or bulkier model you may be cutting it close.