Customer Reviews Of:
Redfeather Stride Reflex Snowshoes - 25" (For Women)
Closeouts. Hit your stride on the backcountry powder in Redfeather's Stride Reflex 25 snowshoes. Designed with highly durable Hypalon II® decking, they take on rugged conditions with eases, and their 360° crampons ensure excellent traction.
Average Rating based on 7 reviews 4.428571 0 5
Verified Buyer Reviewed by J from Wisconsin come smell our dairy air on Friday, February 8, 2013great product
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jen from Truckee, CA on Thursday, February 7, 2013I can't even tell I'm wearing these, they are so light weight and easy to wear. Great traction and durability.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Clevid from Ogden, UT on Wednesday, February 6, 2013The manufacturing process of installing rivets to fasten the material to the structure damages the material - at pretty much every rivet location. Probably will not impact the life of the product, but we'll see.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by wheatfield resident from wheatfields eastern washington on Tuesday, January 22, 2013up and down wheat field hills. These have limited amount surface area, so do not float all that well if snow is deep and variable. overall they do work well
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kar from Sacramento, CA on Friday, January 18, 2013Went snow shoeing for the first time in the Sierras with these. I had no problem adjusting to wearing them. In fact, they were so unobtrusive, I forgot I had them on (until I had to turn - can't move when one foot is on top of the other's snow shoe!). I have a new winter hobby!
Reviewed by Foodchicky from Bend, Oregon on Saturday, December 15, 2012These are an upgrade from my old Redfeathers. I like them better because these are a little slimmer than my old ones which makes it easier to walk in. The straps are easier on/off from my old ones as well.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by lovnsnow from tahoe on Wednesday, March 28, 2012These are very light, I was disappointed that the binding on one of the snowshoes broke after only 1 use, but the company replaced it
- Best Uses: Recreational hiking
- Cons: Binding tore
- Pros: Light