At $105, the Massif is a steal. It features a simple and intuitive Boa binding closure that fits great with a variety of different boot sizes and shapes.
Louis Garneau – Massif $105+
The Tubbs Flex Ridge features a flexible plastic body with metal-toothed rails down the sides for plenty of traction on steep pitches.
Tubbs – Flex Ridge $145+
The North Cliff offers unmatched versatility. It can be used for a leisurely stroll in your backyard, or for steep mountainous terrain.
Faber – North Cliff $156
The Canadian-made GV Snow Trail offers a lightweight aluminum body and a pivot bar that helps to save energy on long treks.
GV – Snow Trail $214+
Crescent Moon’s Gold 9 snowshoes feature a highly adjustable and quick in-and-out binding system that can easily be used with gloves on.
Crescent Moon – Gold 9 $227
The 12 series is Atlas’s flagship model, and for good reason. It features a spring-loaded suspension system to help reduce fatigue.
Atlas – 12 Series $232+
The unique multi-directional pivot that the binding is attached to allows you to switchback steep pitches with better balance.
Fimbulvetr – Hikr $270
The Lighting Ascent is the pinnacle of snowshoe performance and features a 360-degree traction frame and module tails that can be added for more flotation.
MSR – Lightning Ascent $290+