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Revo Trail Snowshoe
Some may take the foot of snow in the hills as a sign it's time to hangup their hiking gear and settle into a long and boring hibernation on the couch. But before you queue the TV and pop that bowl of popcorn, remember that the MSR Women's Revo Trail Snowshoe is here to take your sense of adventure into the winter season.
MSR designed the Revo Trail with simplicity in mind. Its intuitive design puts traction walls along the sides for serious traction on icy trails, slushy meadows, and packed powder. The Exotract deck puts a stiff plastic deck underfoot for serious control on a variety of surfaces. MSR added its DuoFit binding to the shoe, which makes it easy to secure the snowshoe around your boot and maintain a natural stride once you're walking into a pristine winter landscape.
- A snowshoe ideal for established trails and meadow hopping
- A narrow gait accommodates smaller-framed hikers
- Duofit binding is easily adjusted and pivots while walking
- Two toe points offer additional traction underfoot
- Metal side rails grab on to slick and packed-out surfaces
- Made in the USA from durable materials
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MSR’s Trail Series Snowshoes are engineered for superior efficiency along flat trails, valley basins and rolling terrain. With light and streamlined designs, they’re ideal for those covering serious distance or having serious fun closer to home.
How do you determine what size of snowshoe do you need?
Its mostly by weight, They're pretty universal in realm of fit.
But larger snowshoes will "float" better in deep snow. The larger surface area keeps you on top of the snow and not sinking.
If you're going on longer trips with unknown snow depth or with heavy gear (winter camping) would be a reason to size up.
I use the 22" Evo Ascent snowshoe, with gear I'm about at 200lbs But I don't travel in deep snow with them, just packed snow or glaciers.
Hope that helps.