About Atlas 1225 Snowshoes
Closeouts. Sure to cure severe cases of cabin fever, Atlas 1225 snowshoes let you embark on backcountry hikes all the way through winter. Designed for superior maneuverability and durability, these feature a spring-loaded suspension system to absorb impact, and Wrapp Pro bindings for lightweight comfort.
Specs about Atlas 1225 Snowshoes
- Weight capacity: 120-200 lb.
- Crampon: Holey-1 Toe
- Heel lift: Yes
- Frame material: 7075 aluminum
- Decking material: Duratek nylon
- Crampon material: Stainless steel
- Weight: 4 lb. 4 oz.
- Dimensions: 25 x 8-3/4"
- Recommended use: Rolling terrain,Mountains,Flat terrain
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Dave in the mountains from Boise, idaho on Thursday, March 28, 2013Excellent performance - even in wet snow, the snow did not pack onto bottom of bindings. Very comfortable and easy to hike. My old snowshoes would accumulate snow balls under the ball of the foot in wet snow, making it impossible to walk without stopping to remove the accumulation every few minutes.
Reviewed by Dibs' Human from Everett, WA on Monday, March 18, 2013Tried these out in fresh powder and was amazed at how light and maneuverable they were. Definitely a very good product. One con: closing the buckles on the bindings was less than easy; one binding loosened, the culprit being the buckle. Other than that, I highly recommend these snowshoes.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by tpat from MD on Wednesday, December 8, 2010These are excellent snowshoes, particularly for the price. The bindings are very easy to open and close (quite ingenious actually). The heel bar makes ascents much easier by reducing leg fatigue and increasing balance and traction (a heel bar is a must for someone planning on snowshoeing in steep terrain). The crampons have excellent traction. All around, I am very, very satisfied.
- Best Uses: All Terrain, Flat Terrain, Icy Conditions, Off Trail, Rolling Terrain, Steep Pitches
- Describe Yourself: On The Mountain
- Pros: Attach Securely, Easy Entry & Exit, Good Traction, Lightweight, Stable
- Sizing: Feels true to size
- Was this a gift?: No
- Width: Feels true to width
Answer There is not a specific boot that is required for snow shoes. You can use snow boots or hiking boots. You just want warm boots that are comfortable to walk in.