A winter’s stroll has never been so comfortable and simple. With the introduction of the new Atlas 10 Series and Elektra 10 Series snowshoes, Atlas has once again set the pace. Featuring the new Wrapp Comfort binding, specifically engineered for a day on the trails, Atlas delivers premier performance to the Trail Walking snowshoer.
New this year, the Atlas 10 Series and Elektra 10 Series snowshoes feature men’s and women’s Wrapp Comfort bindings, pairing comfort fit and ease of use in a sleek Trail Walking snowshoe. The introduction of the Wrapp Comfort binding further expands Atlas’ Wrapp family of bindings, and it integrates seamlessly with Atlas’ technology mainstays like Spring-Loaded Suspension and versatile underfoot traction for Trail Walking snowshoers.
Building on Atlas’ renowned fit platform, the Wrapp Comfort offers easy entry and eliminates pressure points with insulating EVA padding. A single pull on the binding handle snugs the Uniloop strap around the instep, toe and heel, and you’ll be ready to go with the classic Atlas maneuverability provided by Spring-Loaded Suspension. The tempered steel All-Trac toe crampon and Traverse Trac rails add sidehill control and confident strides. With dedicated men’s and women’s geometry for the proprietary Atlas and Elektra 6061 aluminum V-frames, you’ll feel content hiking all day long. Adding a touch of style to our storied quality, performance and durability, Atlas refines the ’09-’10 Elektra Collection of women’s snowshoes with new textured flexible decking, all-over deck prints and anodized frames.
As snowshoeing’s premier brand and greatest advocate, Atlas proudly supports snowshoe growth as a partner of outdoors groups such as Winter Wildlands Alliance and as a founding snowshoe sponsor of National Winter Trails Day. Whether through product or community action, Atlas is committed to ensuring peaceful exploration of wild winter terrain for all to enjoy.
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***The following advertorial was paid for by Atlas Snow-Shoe Company***