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Atlas Fitness Snowshoe

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Speedy strides in the snow.

Sprint up snowy trails or pace yourself in a relaxing stroll with the Fitness Snowshoe by Atlas. Its Speed V-Frame and V-tail promote a quick performance on groomed and flat terrain, while the Wrapp Cruise binding offers an easy entry as well as a comfortably secure fit. Atlas's Free-Rotating Suspension allows a natural articulation at each step-off. The durable Nytex deck sheds snow, while the tempered steel Twin-Trac toe crampon works with the lightweight aluminum heel cleat to ensure traction on the snow's slippery surface.
  • Speed V-Frame and V-tail
  • Wrapp Cruise binding
  • Free-Rotating Suspension
  • Flexible and durable Nytex deck
  • Twin-Trac toe crampon
  • Item #ATL000T

Tech Specs

Frame Material
6061 aluminum
Deck Material
Nytex (nylon, PVC)
Crampon Material
tempered steel
Dimensions
22 in
Surface Area
136 sq in
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime
Binding
Wrapp Cruise
Recommended User Weight
75 - 190 lb
Recommended Use
running
Claimed Weight
[pair] 3.18 lb
Side Rails
yes

Tech Specs

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Good snowshoe, annoying strap

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I bought these Atlas Fitness Snowshoes for my wife and she's generally pretty happy with them.

The good: A lightweight snowshoe that handles the snow pretty well, while allowing flexibility for running. The binding allows for a one handle open/closure which is great when you have gloves on.

The bad: The back strap in the binding is a pain and hard to work with. You have to stretch backwards and around to get it to line up properly, a task which is easier when you have someone to help. Maybe it gets easier with time and experience, but so far it's a pain.