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Get out and explore.
Wander across winter wonderlands in the comfort of the MSR Men's Revo Explore Snowshoes. Their Hyperlink bindings ensure comfort when you're tackling long treks over variable terrain, and they're super easy to use so you don't have to think twice about taking them off when you stop for lunch. Meanwhile, Pivot crampons ensure reliable grip on windswept ridgelines, and Ergo Televators save precious energy and give your calves a break when you're faced with a particularly steep trail.
- Rugged durability meets all-day hiking comfort
- Hyperlink are MSR's easiest and comfiest bindings
- Ergo Televators save energy on steep slopes
- Pivot crampons offer tenacious grip
- Modular Flotation tails balance float and maneuverability (sold separately)
- Item #CAS00C1
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
My boyfriend and dad use these on snowshoeing adventures. They're lightweight and easy to take on and off. The straps are easy to adjust but can, of course, get caked in snow and ice after a long trek. Highly recommend these!
Learn about Revo Explore Snowshoe!
With our rugged ExoTract™ deck as their foundation, Revo Explore snowshoes deliver confidence-inspiring performance underfoot, and bring the advanced comfort our new HyperLink™ bindings, making them a top choice for winter hikers. The bindings’ new EVA foam cushions maximize comfort, while the redesigned ratchet system now makes getting in and out of them a breeze. With add-on Modular Floatation tails and the added support of Ergo Televators for steeper pitches, Revo Explore snowshoes are built for all-day adventures, both on the trail and off.
You will stick like glue : )
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've been using these snowshoes for a few years now and couldn't be happier with how they have performed. I've climbed Mount Shasta with these and I'm pretty sure I could have kept them on my feet all the way to the summit. I did decide to switch to crampons though because I had brought them along. I really like the snowboard style bindings with a ratchet as they are very easy to put on and take off and make dialing in the fit of your bindings very simple. MSR includes a longer heel strap for each snowshoe so if you have larger feet or bigger mountaineering boots, it won't be a problem at all. I highly recommend these snowshoes for those people that plan to tackle steep terrain. You will never worry about losing traction. They're a great choice! Let me know if you have any questions : )
I’m a woman and weigh about 170 without my winter clothes or backpack on. I’m looking at getting these snowshoes to be able to do some touring with my snowboard on my back. With gear, I’m likely more than 180 pounds. However, I live in New England where the snow isn’t as fluffy, so you typically need smaller snowshoes. Considering those factors, which size would you recommend I get? I’d love to get away with the smaller size but would hate to sink too much due to the weight of my snowboard and backpack.
Hey Megan! Great question. I would recommend getting the smaller size, as well as the MSR Revo Snowshoe Flotation Tails (item #CAS001V) to attach on days when the snow is deeper than usual. That way, you can get away with the smaller snowshoes most of the time, but won't have to worry about sinking when there's fluffy stuff out there. If you have any other questions about these, feel free to shoot me an email! firstname.lastname@example.org