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Built for Winter Trails, Atlas’ New Trail Walking Designs Make Snowshoeing a Breeze

Ideal for winter trails, the new 9 and 8 Series snowshoes are designed for comfort, durability, and ease-of-use. Built on Atlas’ proven aluminum V-Frames and featuring quiet Nytex decking, the new 9 and 8 Series offer the recreational snowshoer superior durability and Atlas comfort. Complementing the tried and true Atlas DNA, patent-pending Free-Rotating™ Suspension allows for natural articulation, a free and easy stride, and unparalleled freedom of movement on a variety of winter trails.

The new Atlas and Elektra 9 Series snowshoes were built to explore winter’s rolling terrain:

  • Comfortable new Wrapp™ Trail bindings with smooth strap routing cradle the foot securely.
  • Atlas’ signature Free-Rotating™ Suspension lets the binding rotate, freeing up the stride and reducing tail flip.
  • Men’s and women’s-specific 6061 aluminum V-Frames provide natural articulation of the foot over uneven and sidehill terrain.
  • Forgiving Nytex Decking offers superior durability.
  • The tempered steel Twin-Trac™ Toe Crampon and Heel-Cleat add control for confident strides.

Atlas 9 Series available in 25” and 30”’ lengths. Elektra 9 Series in 23” and 27” lengths.

MSRP $169.95

  • The new, easy to use Atlas and Elektra 8 Series provide comfort and confident footing for all-day trail walking:
  • Free-Rotating™ Suspension for a free and forgiving trail walking stride.
  • Ergonomically designed 6061 aluminum V-Frame for men’s and women’s-specific strides.
  • Men’s and Women’s no-hassle Strapp™ bindings provide excellent arch support. Forgiving Nytex Decking offers superior durability.
  • The tempered steel Twin-Trac™ Toe Crampon and Heel-Cleat add control for confident strides.

Atlas 8 Series available in 25” and 30”’ lengths. Elektra 8 Series in 23” and 27” lengths. MSRP $139.95.

For more information, visit http://atlassnowshoe.com/snowshoes/trail-walking. To purchase Atlas snowshoes, click here.

Photo: Jeff Diener

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