Atlas 11 Series Elektra Snowshoe

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Atlas 11 Series Elektra Snowshoe
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The Women's 11 Series Elektra Snowshoe by Atlas. The 11 Series and Elektra 11 Series snowshoes bridge top-end performance for winter hiking with greater value. Built on the proven technology and value of the Atlas 6061 aluminum V-Frame, durable stainless steel All-Trac toe crampon and flexible decking, the 11 Series snowshoes have the added security of Atlas Advanced Aft Traction and a climbing bar to ease strain on calf muscles. The Wrapp Plus bindings are specially molded around men's and women's lasts, with supportive arches that cradle the inside of your feet, and the urethane heel strap adjusts easily with the SureClick buck le. The Elektra frame features a narrower waist and tapered tail that allows a Women's natural stride to explore deeper terrain in comfort.

FEATURES of the Atlas Woman's 11 Series Elektra Snowshoe.

Fabric:

  • Burly Duratek deck fabric handles rocks and sheds snow

Support and Cushioning:

  • Wrapp Plus bindings feature supportive arches that cradle your feet and urethane heel straps that lock down with the SureClick buckle

Frame:

  • Atlas 6061 aluminum V-Frame design with a turned-up, tapered tail lets you walk naturally
  • The turned-up tail of the V-frame rolls easily into each step for a natural gait

Traction and Grip:

  • Tempered steel All-Trac crampons get you across steep, icy slopes, while advanced aft traction delivers extra-secure footing

Suspension:

  • Spring-loaded suspension keeps the snowshoe close underfoot for easy maneuvering and enables deeper crampon penetration into the slope

Features:

  • Nytex Decking - 11 Series Duratek Decking - Elektra 11
  • Heel Lift Bars
  • Women's specific design features
  • Riser bar eases strain on calf muscles
  • Sold in pairs
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Some go out to walk, others go out to explore. Atlas made the Women's Elektra 11 Series Snowshoe for women in latter category. This women-specific snowshoe features a narrower waist and a tapered tail that works with your natural stride for greater efficiency and comfort.

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Built for demanding conditions, Atlas Elektra 11 Series Women's snowshoes have an array of features that deliver high-end performance for winter backpacking and hiking. Durable construction and ergonomic design combine to help you take on snow and ice with confidence.


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When a blanket of snow covers the trails and the backcountry, Atlas’ 11 Series Elektra snowshoe gets you to where you want to go. Enjoy the enhanced maneuvering via Spring-Loaded Suspension and excellent traction thanks to the stainless steel All-Trac toe crampons and Advanced Aft Traction rails that bite into ice and snow.

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Binding:Wrapp Plus Binding
Binding System:Wrapp plus
Capacity:23 inch: 80-160 lbs 27 inch: 120-200+ lbs
Country of Origin:China
Deck Material:Duratek Decking
Dimensions:23 inch: 27 inch:
Frame Material:Aluminum
Heel Crampon Material:Steel
Heel Riser:yes
Item Weight:23 inch: 3.91 lb 27 inch: 4.10 lb
Length:27" / 69 cm
Load:120 - 200 lbs / 54 - 91 kg
Load Weight:Size 23: 80-160 lb Size 27: 120-200+ lb
Recommended Use:Steep and Challenging Snowshoeing and Winter Hiking
SnowBoard Boot Compatible:no
Snowshoe Features:Frame with Decking, Heel Crampon, Heel Riser
Snowshoe Gender:Womens
Surface Area:176 square inches / 1135 square meter
Type:Snowshoes (Pair)
Warranty:Limited Lifetime Warranty
Weight:1123: 4 lb 3 oz / 1.9 kg 1127: 4 lb 9 oz / 2.1 kg
Weight Range:120-200lbs
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Atlas 11 Series Elektra Snowshoe Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I never knew that buying snowshoes would be such an ordeal- but the sizing question has kept me up at night. I am technically a 23 according to the size chart, but I will be using them in very deep powder so I would prefer something a little longer. Unfortunately, the 27 is just toooooo long and a 25 would be perfect but they don't have those available in womens. I guess I will try out the 23s this winter and hope for the best!
Other than the fit, they look really nice- I am usually not a pink person but its a darker shade so I dont mind it. They are very easy to put on and take off even with gloves on.

Brittany Lefler at Backcountry.com on 10/18/2010

It's all about the snowshoe binding

I really like the lateral/side grip which is great for off-camber slopes. I thought the binding would keep my foot straighter in the snowshoe. Perhaps the plastic/rubber is stiff because it is new and the binding might work better at keeping a straight foot after it is broken in some.
LynnA at Mountain Gear on 03/03/2011

Love the color. Heel lift works smoothly. Only drawback, is they are a bit heavy. Weigh more than my old MSR ascents. The 27 is pretty long, and also wider than my women's MSR.

lalisa at Backcountry.com on 02/01/2012

Neutral Reviews:

These snowshoes are undeniably beautiful. Hence one of the three stars. However, I'm used to Redfeather Women's Stride, and I was expecting the Elektras to be as just narrow (since they are also sized for women). Unfortunately they were just as wide as my other unisex snowshoes, and I'm 5'8. Plus, the "thong slap" against your heel was like dragging a cement block behind each foot with a 8 inch rope. My Redfeather Strides also have a thong slap, but for some reason it's energizing and enjoyable. Must be a difference in weight and design of the tail of the shoe. So I was very surprised I didn't like these. Also the binding was extremely difficult to get the front of your boot in, although I have to say once it was in the binding was extremely comfortable and secure. Hence the second star. The third star is for the crampons -- an impressive number and array.

m.p3629659 at Backcountry.com on 03/06/2011