Closeouts. Winter explorers seeking a blend of comfort and performance in any condition should strap on Redfeather's Trek Summit 25 snowshoes. Fully-molded Summit bindings maintain a soft feel in the coldest temperatures.
Reviewed by Jillmo from U.P. of Michigan on Tuesday, January 6, 2015
I bought these for my husband who has traditional snow shoes and wanted a pair to be lighter and faster. He loves these. The upturned toe helps in deeper snow and the thin shoes allow for faster walking. These do not make much noise either (no squeaking - like some modern shoes). These worked well on moderate slopes.
Reviewed by Mrs Kitt from Winter Park, CO on Monday, November 24, 2014
These are great in all weather and snow conditions, the prongs on the bottom don't clog up with snow clumps, which is a problem i've had with previous pairs. they are super lightweight. And they are easy to get in and out of with all types of boots - my snowboard boots fit into them as well as my just regalar snow boots which is a bonus.
Reviewed by Off the beaten trail! from Michigan on Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Snowshoed a couple times in these. Not on a trail I found they kicked up a lot of snow. My back end got wet. Went out for a long walk with others and it didn't seem a problem. I love the look, they grip well off trail and up and down hills. Overall I am happy and will keep them.
Reviewed by new snowshoer from Twin Cities, MN on Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Only had a chance to use these once so far since we had a warm spell right after I got them. But they worked great, especially after I figured out which was left and right. (FYI, binding buckle goes on the outside.) Worked well in medium snow and gripped ice on the frozen patches. All the Redfeather shoes I looked at had high reviews, so I am confident these will hold up to the test of time.