Designed to keep you active and in shape all winter long, the new Atlas Fitness snowshoe offers a refreshing and invigorating alternative for winter fitness. Pioneering a new category in snowshoes, the Fitness features an optimized version of their ergonomic and lightweight Speed V-Frame to maximize floatation while also minimizing deck interference when moving at a clip, and a turned up V-tail for an ergonomic gait. The new, lightweight Wrapp Cruise binding provides a comfortable hold and easy foot entry, while patent-pending Free-Rotating Suspension™ allows for natural articulation of the joints, kinetic energy return, and a free and easy stride to keep you cruising through winter. Flexible and durable Nytex decking sheds snow easily to reduce weight while its tempered steel Twin-Trac™ toe crampon and lightweight aluminum heel cleat offer confident footing on slick winter terrain, ensuring you're staying safe while keeping fit, all year round. This is a unisex snowshoe.
22 in long
137 sq in
Up to 220lbs in softer snow
Free-Rotating™ Suspension: Designed for Atlas Trail Walking snowshoes, Free-Rotating™ Suspension (FRS) cushions each step, allowing for natural articulation of the foot with minimal resistance and unparalleled freedom of movement. Both Atlas suspension platforms Spring-Loaded™ Suspension (SLS) and Free-Rotating™ Suspension (FRS), suspend your foot so it can move freely, absorbing impact and letting your foot flex naturally side-to-side on traverses and uneven terrain enhancing traction. FRS provides snowshoers the ultimate in trail versatility.
Nytex Decking: Flexible Nytex decking is forgiving and quiet when hiking in the cold, providing durability without the weight.
Twin-Trac™ Toe Crampon: Sure footing on two planes, the Twin-Trac™ toe crampon uses a sturdy row of front points and two side teeth to keep your foot from twisting.
Heel Cleat: Their first patent revolutionized snowshoe performance and created an industry standard. The heel cleat adds traction and stability for climbing, descending and traversing varied terrain.
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