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WildHorn Outfitters Sawtooth

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  •  We reinforced the ratchet binding with heavy-duty spring-loaded clips and added a new heal strap with an auto-locking system.
  • FULLY ADJUSTABLE BINDINGS – These adult snowshoes not only come in two lengths, 21 and 27 inches but can adjust to the size of your foot. The easy ratchet-style binding uppers with quick release and a buckle secure heel strap, give it a truly custom feel. No lacing necessary. Walking in the snow just became so simple. 21 Inches – Optimized Weight Range is 80-160 lbs (30kg – 60 kg) / 27 Inches – Optimized Weight Range is 165-235 lbs (62 kg – 88 kg)
  • LIGHTWEIGHT MATERIALS – This snowshoe model is designed with a durable, aluminum frame that allows for optimal snow flotation performance in deep powder. Sawtooth Snowshoes are constructed with high-grade, weather tested materials because we know how important it is to hPACK GRIP TEETH – Snowshoeing requires traction. Each shoe has two sets of reinforced, heavy-duty crampons that ensure traction on icy, hard surfaces. The pressure from your feet lets the crampon act as an extreme ice pick for your boots!
  • HARD PACK GRIP TEETH – Snowshoeing requires traction. Each shoe has two sets of reinforced, heavy-duty crampons that ensure traction on icy, hard surfaces. The pressure from your feet lets the crampon act as an extreme ice pick for your boots! INCLINE HEEL LIFT RISER – This unique system provides traction and balance while climbing hills. The heel lift riser comes up under your heel to support you when you need it and lays flat when you don’t.
  • STEEP INCLINE HEEL LIFT RISER – This unique system provides traction and balance while climbing hills. The heel lift riser comes up under your heel to support you when you need it and lays flat when you don’t. SLIP FEATURES – The Sawtooth snowshoes have boot grip, no-slip textured pads and an excess heel strap clip. These systems cradle your foot to hold you in place and prevent sliding around while snowshoeing this winter.
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