These are fantastic snowshoes for true off-trail, backcountry travel. I had been a snowshoe doubter prior to using the Fimbulvetr Hikr, but these bad-boys converted me.
Size: The Hikr's are wider than some other brands, and at 5'8", it took me a few minutes to adjust my gait, but it was easy to adapt. Their girth also allows them to have a shorter tail as well, which makes plunge stepping downhill a breeze. The main downside of the width for me was that they were bulky when strapped to a pack - but the light-weight design makes up for it.
Comfort: These snowshoes are great on gentle slopes, but they really excel on the uphill. Fantastic grip - from the snowshoe itself as well as the crampon, and the suspension system adds tremendous benefit when cutting across steep sidehills
Straps: I found these really intuitive and stayed locked in with ease, but my boyfriend had a hard time getting his foot positioned over the crampon. It's worth it to spend time getting the foot aligned in the system, or the bindings do tend to move a little.
These snowshoes are a great flotation system, and though pricey, are worth it if you spend serious time off-trail in steep or varied terrain. These aren't necessarily for your casual packed trail near the parking lot - but for getting backcountry, these are worth it.