About Louis Garneau Transition BOA® Snowshoes - 23” (For Women)
Closeouts. Louis Garneau Transition snowshoes are designed specifically for snowshoe running, with a streamlined shape and lightweight aluminum frame. A single BOA® dial-adjustable closure system is user-friendly, and the Contact Fit harness offers optimal support in a variety of terrain.
Specs about Louis Garneau Transition BOA® Snowshoes - 23” (For Women)
- Weight capacity: 100-220 lb.
- Crampon: Assault crampons
- Frame material: 6061-T6 anodized aluminum
- Decking material: Lightec decking
- Crampon material: 7075-T6 aluminum
- Weight: 2 lb. 6 oz.
- Dimensions: 7 x 23"
- Gender: Women
- Recommended use: Race,Flat terrain
- Made in China
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Keeping the above disclaimer in mind - these seem great. They are very easy to put on and adjust. I have a pair of biking shoes wi... Read More
very small bindingsVerified Buyer Reviewed by seth from Bouldere, Colorado on Sunday, February 11, 2018I had trouble getting even running shoes (Size 12) into the bindings. If you have small feet these snowshoes might work for you. My understanding is that there are men's size snowshoes.
First Impressions - awesomeReviewed by CharmSchool from Michigan on Tuesday, January 16, 2018Disclaimer - I've never purchased snowshoes before and have nothing to compare these to. I have used them once in probably 5" deep snow for a 1/2 mile test walk/run.
Keeping the above disclaimer in mind - these seem great. They are very easy to put on and adjust. I have a pair of biking shoes with the BOA closure system (wire/dial) so was familiar with how it works. A snowshoe is great application for such a simple system - as long as the wires don't rust, it should be great. I was concerned at first that the strap around the heel wouldn't stay attached but it was easy to tighten and stayed in place fine on my short test.
The traction teeth underneath do a great job, the shoe pivots nicely at the ball of the foot and they are narrow enough that I felt like I had to make very little, if any adjustment to my stride, which was a nice surprise. I walked up several small but steepish hills and they were very firm footing.
Planning to use them to walk/run on my country property as the roads get a little risky out here (where folks drive fast) when the shoulders are full of snow. Very pleased so far! Will try to remember to update review after more uses.
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