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Description

Item #: 331862734

Packed with the latest technologies, the Lightning Explore snowshoes represent a giant leap in snowshoeing performance, ease and comfort. First, the Axis™ Gait Technology allows you to laterally adjust bindings independently of the frame, ensuring efficient, parallel-tracking snowshoes, regardless of the natural toe-out or toe-in stance. In addition, new HyperLink™ bindings are the easiest, most comfortable binding, and Ergo™ Televators save you on the steeps. And of these, you get the benefit of the aggressive 360° Traction™ frames and Modular Flotation tails to provide you with the confidence and versatility you need to enjoy a broad range of snowshoeing experiences.

Features

  • Unrivaled Traction: 360° Traction frames and Pivot™ crampons deliver advanced, edge-to-edge grip, delivering unmatched traction and security on any terrain in any conditions.
  • Axis Gait Technology: World’s first bilateral binding adjustment neutralizes variances in natural foot positions to ensure an efficient, parallel stride.
  • HyperLink Binding: Easy-entry cradle and fast two-strap ratchet system offer exceptional all-day comfort and efficiency, including a set-it-and-forget heel strap.
  • All-Condition Adaptability: Modular Flotation tails allow you the maneuverability of a smaller, primary snowshoe with the added, on-demand flotation of optional, 5-inch (13-cm) tails.
  • Uphill Efficiency: Ergo Televators reduce fatigue and increase traction on the steeps, with a new, ergonomic design that engages with a flick of a pole grip.

Specifications

  • Length: 30 in / 76 cm
  • Weight: 4 lbs 11 oz. / 2.12 k
  • Width: 8 in / 20 cm
  • Footwear size range: 4.5 M - 13 M / 35.5 - 48
  • Load: 150 - 280 lbs / 68 - 127+ kilos

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