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22in Snowshoes

4 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $70.50 Original price: $159.00
56% off
Color:Stoic Gray



Why We Built The 22in Snowshoes

As the smallest Snowshoes in the Stoic range, these Snowshoes are intended for smaller adventurers who don't let the snow slow them down. We built this snowshoe for hiking on winter trails with your dog, friends, and family. Its aluminum frame feels light on the feet and tough on all sorts of terrain. The traction pad provides plenty of grip when the going gets icy, and the binding is simple enough for strapping in and taking off.


  • Snowshoes built for strolls throughout the winter months
  • Aluminum frame is lightweight and impact reducing
  • Built-in traction helps move you forward on ice
  • Durable construction handles adventurous wear and tear
  • Simple binding system helps you get out on the trail
  • Item #SICZ2GT
Frame Material
aluminum 6061-T6
Deck Material
heavy-duty hypalon
Crampon Material
stainless steel
[length] 22in
molded TPR, cinchcord, hook-and-loop stap
Heel Risers
Side Rails
Recommended User Weight
up to 165lb
Claimed Weight
[pair] 3lb 13oz
snowshoe hiking
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

March 7, 2024

Laces are difficult

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
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Fits all

The laces are difficult to put on if your hands are cold and they are since this is snowshoeing. I do credit these bindings for staying on after 2 trips snowshoeing about 2 miles each.