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Revolutionize your ascents.
When you can't walk on water, grab the MSR Women's Revo Ascent Snowshoe and achieve the closest thing to floating atop frozen water particles. These tenacious, all-terrain snowshoes boast serious traction thanks to the ExoTract Deck, while two-piece PosiLock AT bindings feature a freeze-resistant, easy-to-use construction for a customized fit. The Ergo Televator heel-lifts ultimately reduce foot and leg fatigue, and also increase traction when trekking up steep inclines. Not to mention, the Ergo Televator can be quickly engaged with the flick of a pole grip. So whether you're meandering through the woods in upstate New York, or hiking up the frozen tundras of Montana, the Revo Ascent ensures a stable trek.
- An all-terrain snowshoe designed specifically for women
- External teeth provide unrivaled deck control
- Plastic foundation is tenacious, yet lightweight
- PosiLock AT bindings ensure a customized fit
- Ergo Televators offer increased traction and reduce leg fatigue
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- Q & A
The fiance approves
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
Mt fiance and I both got a pair of these shoes to use for winter hikes in the Cascades and some spring volcano ascents/spring skiing. They worked very well on some variable terrain on our first trip out to Mt Rainier. It took a little bit of time to find the optimal pressure angle on some steep climbs in spring conditions, but the toe crampons and heel risers were a life saver. We're excited to try put these through the ringer!
I love these snowshoes! They feel great on - lightweight, comfortable, easy to use. I had trouble in my previous snowshoes with the bindings feeling loose....these are tight and so easy to get on and off.
Perfect cabin fever prevention
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These snowshoes are just fantastic. I've now used them to summit multiple snow covered 13ers and almost made it up one 14er (the wind was just to much!) The heel bar is a leg saver and the crampon like grips hold tight even when it starts getting icy. They are well worth the money if you plan on doing more then just walking on flat (boring) terrain
I am having a difficult time deciding between the men's version and the women's version of this snowshoe. I have big feet for a woman (US 10.5 in men's shoes) so my boots are quite big. Suggestions?
Do you normally shop in the women's shoe aisle or the men's shoe aisle? If you're more comfortable in men specific shoes, go with a men's snowshoe. If you are just fine in a women's shoe just in a larger size, then stick with the women's snowshoe. There are immense benefits for women to go with a women specific design, but everyone is built differently, so it's going to factor down to what you are most comfortable in. Let me know if I can be of further assistance with this!
what would be the best snow show for park city, utah. I want to be able to use it in all terrain. New to snowshoeing but athletic. grip is important to me and would like a snow shoe I could use on areas with powder but also "run" with on more packed terrain. Also, can I use my ski polls for snow snowshoeing? I was looking at the Tubbs Flex (leaning to the trek model versus the alp), Tubbs Expedition, and MSR lightning. I am wondering if utah has too much powder for Tubbs Flex... I don't plan on carrying weight or camping.... day exploring/exercise all over the terrain. Is there a lesser priced shoe that would work for my needs? Grip and side stepping feel important (I am 5'8, 125 without snow gear and 31yrs old) --- I could be in powder, on an icy hill, or semi packed hill or groomed areas all in the same day.
Thank you. (I like the mobility the lighting showed when a guy "ran" in it- could the Tubbs do the same? Is one brand better than another?
Saw your question on the Atlas snowshoes, I'd recommend these MSR snowshoes above the Atlas or Tubss shoes.
Feel free to email me with snowshoeing questions!