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Floating on snow.
A throwback to the classic snowshoe design, the Cresent Moon Eva All-Foam Snowshoe combines a classic design with modern materials. With the hook-and-loop binding, the EVA foam rocker bottom is easy to put on almost any shoe. A teardrop shape offers a natural strip so you aren't tripping over your feet while you're hiking in the snow. Since they are made with foam, the snowshoes also insulate your feet from the cold of the snow. Multiple cleats and tire-like lugs are used to keep you from slipping on icy, packed-out snowshoe trails.
- A lightweight, flexible snowshoe for winter hiking
- Rocker design enhances natural gait and comfort
- Foam insulates from the snow to keep your feet warm
- Hook-and-loop closure for easy on and off
- EVA simulates running shoe foam for comfort
- Teardrop shape promotes maneuverability
- Lugs and cleats keep you from slipping
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- Q & A
Forbes Magazine Review of the EvaAllFoam
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Forbes Magazine did a review of the new Eva All-Foam Snowshoes in the "Great Winter Sports Gifts" November 13, 2017 article and here's the excerpt
"Sometimes you come across a new product and you wonder why no one really thought of it before. Thatâs the way I felt when I tried out a pair of Crescent Moon Eva All Foam Snowshoes. What, are you asking, can be so different about a pair of snowshoes? Well, Iâve used the venerable wood and leather snowshoes of old, and I was an early adapter in the 80âs of the first efforts to fashion snowshoes using tubular aluminum. Iâve also used those hard plastic racquets favored in Switzerland and France, and pretty much every variation on the above.
But Crescent Moon Evaâs are something different again: snowshoes made from dense foam. The treads have rectangular teeth on the outer edge and the main kick bed is stationary, with a series of tough plastic triangular teeth in groups of three, a veritable tread. They remind me a bit of snow tires in terms of their grip. Theyâre lightweight and eminently packable â there are no jagged metal teeth to catch onto anything else. The foam they use is dual density, like the stuff you find in your running shoes. The walk is cushioned in a way that conventional snowshoes are not. Because the foot is fixed, you donât get the see saw effect that conventional snowshoes offer. Itâs closer to traditional shoes. Theyâre great for walking and I suspect that runners will seek them out as well, because of their simplicity of movement. I walked much faster than I do in normal snowshoes but if thereâs a caveat, itâs that theyâre not necessarily designed for backcountry. Thatâs okay, considering that most people putting on snowshoes are going for a walk in the woods, not a mountain ascent and descent. The price is about 40% less than traditional snowshoes as well. $159 Crescent Moon Eva All Foam Snowshoes"
Hiking Hoosier Pass with 2 feet of fresh
Eva All-Foam on a perfect powder day at the top of Hoosier Pass outside Breckenridge