Crescent Moon 17 Snowshoe (Expedition)

Priced: $173.40 - $288.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Crescent Moon 17 Snowshoe (Expedition)
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The Crescent Moon Gold 17 Expedition Snowshoe can handle a heavy load in deep snow. Its large platform area and incredibly light weight (lowest on the market for shoes this size) deliver outstanding float, and Crescent Moon added extra stainless steel traversing claws for when the going gets sketchy during your latest backcountry adventure.

Fabric:

  • Made in Boulder, CO with as many recycled materials as possible in a wind-powered facility

Insulation:

  • Single Pull Loop binding envelops the entire foot for a stable, secure feel and cinches down easily with (you guessed it) a single pull

Traction and Grip:

  • Stainless steel three-claw crampon underfoot incorporates a toe claw and extra traversing claws for traction in all directions, even on steep or sideways slopes

Straps:

  • Polymer gel straps will not freeze, stretch, or come out of adjustment

Features:

  • Platform includes TIG–welded aircraft-grade aluminum and PVC-free PU that is lightweight and durable
  • Will accommodate a person plus gear up to 300 pounds
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I will give this snowshoe a 5 star rating. I am impressed with the binding and overall quality of this product. It is also worth mentioning that they are made in the United States and they have a life time warranty. I like the way they track in the snow and I can slip them off or on very easily with this binding. I own several pairs of winter boots and they quickly adjust to any boot I happen to be wearing at the time. I have always used wooden snowshoes but I have to say that these are more comfortable and they hold me up in deep snow as well as my 10x56 inch shoes.
Jerry

gjwp393977 at Backcountry.com on 03/10/2013