The classic tubular-frame snowshoe in our Trail Walking category, the Access shines on mellower terrain by making your strides feel as natural and effortless as possible. This is accomplished by the innovative technology behind the Access’s frame and suspension system. The turned-up tail of the V-Frame rolls easily into each step for a smooth gait, while the patented Light-Ride™ Suspension allows your foot to articulate naturally and cushions impact for smooth striding on hikes that are flat or have little elevation change. For the traction needed for a stable snowshoeing experience, the Access features the Twin-Trac™ toe crampon that provides grip in all directions as well as Advanced Aft Traction which integrates the sharp-tipped heel cleat with the heel lift for deeper snow penetration. The intuitive Wrapp™ Trail binding rounds out the design providing a comfortable and secure fit with webbing straps across the forefoot and a TPU heel strap that tighten and loosen easily for a secure fit and quick entry and exit.
The Access shines by maximizing your natural gait on rolling and uneven terrain. You can head to the trails worry-free and in comfort thanks to a heel lift bar, Wrapp™ Trail Binding and Light-Ride™ Suspension.
The Helium-TRAIL makes snow-filled excursions all the more enjoyable! The flexible composite frame coupled with tempered steel traction rails create a lightweight, yet rugged snowshoe package.
The Rendezvous feature Atlas’ patent-pending Light-Ride™ Suspension (LRS), engineered for comfort and efficiency with every step. The hassle-free Strapp™ binding provides excellent arch support in gender-specific lasts so you can stay out on the trail longer.
The Rendezvous is engineered for comfort and efficiency with every step. The Rendezvous and Elektra Rendezvous feature Atlas’ patent-pending Light-RideTM Suspension (LRS), engineered for comfort and efficiency with every step. The hassle-free StrappTM binding provides excellent arch support in gender-specific lasts so you can stay out on the trail longer.
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