About Yukon Charlie’s Pro II Snowshoe Kit - 25”
Closeouts. With Yukon Charlie's Pro II snowshoe kit, which includes aluminum snowshoes, adjustable trekking poles and a durable carry bag, you get everything you need for a snow-covered adventure.
Specs about Yukon Charlie’s Pro II Snowshoe Kit - 25”
- Weight capacity: Up to 200 lb.
- Crampon: Toe and heel
- Heel lift: Yes
- Frame material: Lightweight anodized aluminum
- Decking material: Polyurethane-coated flex weave decking
- Crampon material: Powder-coated steel
- Weight: 4 lb. 9 oz.
- Dimensions: 8 x 25"
- Gender: Men
- Recommended use: Rolling terrain
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Smokey oaky from Utah on Saturday, January 21, 2017I used the snowshoes for the first time today for 2 hour hike in heavy snow conditions. I was really pleased with quality and it all worked great for going in 2-3 feet up and down hill. Good purchase!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jess from Washington on Thursday, April 17, 2014These snowshoes are a great starter set. The bag makes it convenient to keep your snowshoes, poles, and other gear together. I was very happy with the quality and value of this set. I highly recommend this kit.
Reviewed by SkiCop from Stamford, CT on Tuesday, March 18, 2014i bought this for next winter to snow shoe when i am on my western ski trip.
i did open and try them out at home in what snow was left. they seem to be fine for the money.
the bindings are convenient pull to tighten with a quick release. that mechanism doesn't seem so sturdy but work....
there are small clips to hold the excess strap but they are very flimsy and i promptly broke two of them....
but all in all the snow shoes seem like they will get the job done.
Reviewed by Kerry from Wallingford Ct on Sunday, March 9, 2014Solid set of snowshoes for the price. Only had a chance to use once before snowmelt. Binging easy to use and hold foot secure. People complaned about pole clamps breaking. I could see this happening if your not careful. Just use common sense. If plastic lever has a lot of force applied it will likely snap. Loosen tension first.
Reviewed by SnowshoeInOregon from Oregon on Saturday, March 8, 2014The deal is a great one especially for a first timer.