About Atlas 925 Snowshoes - 25”
Closeouts. Atlas 925 snowshoes use the innovative Free-Rotating Suspension system that promotes a natural stride, and flexible Wrapp bindings provide excellent support for cross-country winter excursions.
Specs about Atlas 925 Snowshoes - 25”
- Weight capacity: 120-200 lb.
- Crampon: Toe and heel
- Frame material: 6061 aluminum alloy
- Decking material: Nytex nylon
- Crampon material: Tempered steel All-Trac
- Weight: 4 lb.
- Dimensions: 25 x 8.5"
- Recommended use: Flat terrain,Rolling terrain
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Wool sweater person from New York on Wednesday, March 25, 2015I've been thinking about an "easy-on" binding for quite a while. It's post-season now so I haven't used these Atlas shoes yet; but, they fit my boots well in the examination stage: the foot mold and the zig-zag design of the straps threaded through a "polyplastic" ratchet system seemed sturdy and the heel strap secures with a metal clincher just as my more labor-intensive cir. 2000 "Red Feathers" do, which, also bought through STP and made in the USA, I intend to keep for back-up. This set not only got good reviews, the STP "Deal Flier" price was too good to miss for the "up-grade" I wanted.
Reviewed by hut hiker from Colorado on Friday, March 6, 2015Awesome buy! I live in Colorado and took these on a 7 mile snowshoeing hut trip and they did GREAT!! I was hiking in the snow for a full 2 days and they did a great job supporting my feet, even on steep slopes. They were easy to put on and off and very light weight which made it easy to move in. Can't wait to use them again on another snow adventure!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Grannie55 from Wisconsin on Tuesday, February 26, 2013I had a wonderful tryout of my new "shoes" by pulling the "grands" in their sled. The grippers worked great. I look forward to using them in our woods and not pulling anyone. I have rheumatoid arthritis and have to be very picky about bindings. These worked well for my limited hands.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by vermont mama from southern Vermon on Tuesday, February 26, 2013See above -- we love them
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Snowbound No More from Sandy Hook, CT on Saturday, February 23, 2013Great general use, affordable snowshoes. Uncomplicated yet secure bindings, with lots of mobility, giving a very sure-footed feeling in all kinds of snow. A great way to free oneself from "cabin-fever" without having to break the piggy-bank.
Question & Answer
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“I'm 5'4", 145 pounds. This will be my first pair of snow shoes. Live in RI so will sometimes be using them with just a little snow. So, would like a good, all around snowshoe. Would this be a good choice?? What would you recommend?”
These would be a very good choice.
“I can't tell how these buckle behind the heel. It looks like an elastic strap, but I'm sure that's not what it is. Can you tell me is there some type of heel lock device back there?”
The rear strap is adjusted by the second buckle on the instep of the shoe.
“These have a free rotating binding - does that mean they kick up snow with each step, or do you drag the shoe with each step?”
It means the binding and crampon's are completely free from the rest of the snowshoe.