Easton Men's Artica Trail Snowshoe

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Cruise over the hard-packed trails this winter with the Easton Mountain Products Men's Artica Trail Snowshoe. Made with aluminum, the frame brings all the durable support you need to cover miles without much weight holding your foot down. The rails use flexible material to articulate over uneven terrain when the path gets choppy, and they absorb impact while you walk to reduce stress in your ankle, knee, and hip so you can hike longer and more comfortably. Easton Mountain Products raised the tip and tail for an easier stride over steeper sections on the trail.

A Quick-Cinch binding system lets you strap in and take off the Artica Trail with only a one-handed pull, and padding covers your boot without any uncomfortable pressure points. Its durable decking material prevents any abrasions and punctures for long-lasting durability. A Virtual Pivot Traction Cam claws into deeper snow for better traction over slippery surfaces. And Easton Mountain Products made the ergonomic crampon out of stainless steel to handle walking across dirty, slushy parking lots back to your car.


  • Synthetic Excursion deck material is highly abrasion- and puncture-resistant
  • Articulating frame design secures the left and right rails of each shoe using flexible material that allows each rail to articulate independently over uneven terrain, which improves traction and reduces stress on joints
  • Forged USA aluminum is lightweight, ultra-durable, and made from 80% recycled material


  • Contoured padding allows the inside of the binding to hug your boot easily in order to eliminate pressure points that cause pain


  • 6063 Aluminum USA Frame

Weather and Wind:

  • High-strength stainless steel crampons dig deep into ice and packed snow, and the crampons resist wear should you have to cross dirt or paved roads

Traction and Grip:

  • Virtual Pivot Traction Cam allows the crampon to dip below the level of the decking as needed for more traction
  • Aggressive Rear Traction
  • Toe crampons have a one-of-a-kind toe-like claw shape that transfers your hiking energy more efficiently for increased traction whether you're ascending, descending, or sidestepping on a slope


  • Quick-cinch binding system uses a single strap to cinch the binding around your boot and secure your foot into the binding on all sides, a second strap releases the binding so you can exit easily


  • Heel cleat is aggressively shaped to prevent slipping when you're ascending or descending
  • Men's model has longer, uniquely nested step pattern that allows left and right snowshoes to step close to each other without catching
  • E3-Decking

With the Easton Mountain Products' Men's Artica Trail Snowshoe, there's no struggle when you step in at the trailhead or when you step into deep snow. A simple, one-pull binding system secures your foot and a lightweight, articulating frame goes easy on your legs when you trudge through the snowy glades. Easton Mountain engineers outfitted this snowshoe with a vast array of advanced features, and then made all those features simply melt away into an intuitively designed 'shoe that gets you out into the wild of winter without the fuss. 

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Also available for: Women
Model #:912782/SL
Shipping Restriction:This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
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Easton Artica Trail Snowshoe Review:


These are great because they are light and easy to use. The buckle system is really great, one pull and you're in or out. These work best on flat to easy slopes, but not so great on steap stuff. For that you need a stiff plastic snowshoe with more crampons.

Ryan Hamilton at Backcountry.com on 04/05/2013