Atlas 1023 Elektra Snowshoes

Priced: $159.93 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
Atlas 1023 Elektra Snowshoes
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Atlas 1023 Elektra Snowshoes -

Stride confidently in the women's Atlas Elektra 1023 snowshoes—gender-specific articulation, aggressive traction and fatique-reducing features make these a great choice for day hiking.



  • Abrasion-resistant, lightweight Nytex™ nylon decks stay flexible when cold and stand up to the elements for lasting use


  • Wrapp™ Swift bindings cradle your feet with easy-to-cinch straps, warm EVA padding and a technical, comfortable fit


  • Women-specific, V-shaped frames are made from sturdy 6061 aluminum and are designed to facilitate a woman's natural stride


  • Spring-Loaded™ Suspension (SLS) uses offset webbing straps to create a springy platform beneath your feet that absorbs impact and allows natural side-to-side foot flex

Traction and Grip:

  • Heel-lift bar provides relief for tired calf muscles on steep ascents while matching slope angle for better traction
  • Steel instep crampons supply sure-footed traction on icy and snowy terrain; heel crampons provide superior downhill traction and parallel side crampons grip during traverses


  • Atlas Elektra 1023 snowshoes' recommended load specification includes weight of hiker with gear
  • Nose and tail shapes are optimized to provide a balanced platform for stable footing and to facilitate an easy, natural stride
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Crampon material:Tempered steel
Deck material:Nytex nylon
Dimensions:8.25 x 23 inches
Frame material:6061 aluminum
Heel crampon:Yes
Heel lift:Yes
Instep crampon:Yes
Lateral crampon:Yes
Recommended load:80 - 160 pounds
Snowshoe terrain:Rolling terrain
Weight per pair:4 lbs. 3 oz.
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Atlas 1023 Elektra Snowshoes Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Easy to get on and off

I am a beginner and these were easy to pull strap to tighten over my boot and they stayed secure. I love the back strap for the heel. This is usually the problem I have found with snoeshoes, especially when in gloves in the cold. It was easy to fasten and stayed secure in comparison to cheaper models. Great for the mid price.
macarde at REI on 02/02/2012

Great Experience!

We used these snowshoes in a semi-packed trail near Steamboat Springs over Christmas. They were very easy to get on and of (blessing in cold weather!) Very comfortable, good traction, loved the risers for steep terrain. Overall, GREAT experience and many times while in use, I said "I LOVE my snowshoes!"
poodiecat at REI on 01/01/2014

Go forever with no fatique

I walk off my front steps into deep snow and then climb from there. No trail. The steep, icy, and brushy conditions are a easy to maneuver. Lightweight for hours of hiking with no fatique. Easy on, easy off, make this shoe a delight for winter sporting.
Tele at REI on 02/02/2013

Great for this beginner

I love these snow shoes. My only complaint is the back strap occasionally comes undone. But this only happens when I put them on in a hurry. Otherwise, they are perfect. This is my second season using them and they are very durable.
greenhippie727 at REI on 01/01/2013

Negative Reviews:

Excellent except for one critical glitch

I used these snowshoes (which were a lovely Christmas present) on several day hikes in the southern Rockies. The snow I 'shoed on appeared fresh, but since the weather had been warm there had been periods of thaw-and-freeze that made it somewhat crunchy and firm. My hikes were mainly uphill one way, downhill on the way home.
Things I like about them: the uphill mode on the snowshoes. This is like a step you can prop up for your heel to rest on for better uphill trekking.
These snowshoes performed very well on the ultra-delicate powder. I sank, but manageably so.
Also, they're very beautiful.

Unfortunately, the one thing that makes these snowshoes a bad set is the heel strap mechanism. While the toe-box area is snug and secure, the plastic strap that holds the heel in from the back is worthless. It constantly undid itself (I must have bent down to re-cinch it every thirty feet), but what's worse is that upon closer inspection, the mechanism doesn't show the possibility of fully clasping shut. The pegs that are supposed to go into the holes in the strap can only make it about halfway in and at a 45-degree angle. Very odd. They should have made the back cinch-strap identical to the clean style up front. I will be mailing these back to REI.
Zobot at REI on 02/02/2012