Friday, March 8, 2013

MSR Evo Snow Shoes (22-Inch, Navy): Sports & Outdoors

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MSR Evo Snow Shoes (22-Inch, Navy)
Mar 9th 2013, 06:33

MSR Evo Snow Shoes (22-Inch, Navy) Category: Sports & Outdoors
Vendor: PosiLock AT Binding System, our most aggressive and secure. The two-piece design solidly conforms to any footwear. Integrated t
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Product Description : Amazon.comWhether you're taking a casual day trip close to home or a multi-day traverse through the frozen expanses of the Yellowstone Basin, the MSR Evo snowshoes are built for maximum efficiency across rolling terrain. It's no mistake that the Evo's UniBody Traction system acts as the foundation for some of MSR's most aggressive models. The UniBody's steel traction rails and brake bars are molded directly into the snowshoe decks, providing a secure and lasting grip on any terrain. Having the best traction when heading up or down even modest slopes in less than ideal conditions is something everyone can appreciate. MSR also holds the same standard for control, and the weather-resistant, three-strap PosiLock bindings deliver it in spades. PosiLock bindings provide ample freeze-proof and glove-friendly security, helping them easily accommodate a wide range of footwear. And hikers will love the all-condition adaptability of the Modular Flotation tails. The tails combine the maneuverability of a smaller shoe in packed conditions with the added, on-demand flotation of optional 6-inch tails when walking in powder or carrying heavy loads. SpecificationsColor: Navy, green Binding type: PosiLock Gait: Unisex, normal width Width: 8.2 inches Length: 22.2 inches Weight per pair: 3 pounds 10 ounces Footwear size range: 4.5 M/5.5 W to 15 M/16 W (35.5 to 49.5) Load: Up to 180 pounds Load with tails: Up to 250 pounds Product Description : Evo, an All-condition traction and adaptablilty for rolling terrain. Offers the Posilock binding system with pivot crampon, unibody frame with modular floatation, inegrated traction, and televator with pull. Floating tails are sold separately.

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