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Atlas Snowshoes Women's 1127 Elektra 11 Series Snowshoe




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Atlas Snowshoes Women's 1127 Elektra 11 Series Snowshoe

The 1127 Elektra 11 Series Snowshoes for Women bridge top-end performance for winter hiking with greater value. Built on the proven technology and value of the Atlas 6061 aluminum V-Frame, durable stainless steel All-Trac toe crampon and flexible decking, the 1127 Elektra 11 Series snowshoes have the added security of our Advanced Aft Traction and a climbing bar to ease strain on calf muscles. The Wrapp Plus bindings are specially molded around women's lasts, with supportive arches that cradle the inside of your feet, and the urethane heel strap adjusts easily with the SureClick buckle. The Elektra frame features a narrower waist and tapered tail that allows a woman's natural stride to explore deeper terrain in comfort.

  • Spring-Loaded™ Suspension
  • Women's 6061 Aluminum V-Frames
  • Women's Wrapp™ Plus Bindings
  • Heel Lift Bar
  • Nytex Decking
  • Stainless Steel All-Trac™ Toe Crampon
  • Stainless Steel Advanced Aft Traction
  • Size: 27in
  • Surface Area: 176sq in
  • Weight per pair: 4.10lb
  • Recommended Load: 120-200+

Buy the Atlas Snowshoes 1127 Elektra 11 Series Snowshoe for Women from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.

5 Star Rating

Reviews - Atlas Snowshoes Women's 1127 Elektra 11 Series Snowshoe

5 Stars mtbcari - 2013-03-04

Wow! What a difference
I have been using rental snowshoes the 927, men's variety and talked to a rep from Atlas who showed me the difference between mens and womens snowshoes. He convinced me to try the women's and wow what a difference. The Atlas snowshoes have several different series. the 9-series is where I started and the 11 series is where I will stay. The 12 series is the best and just a bit out of my price range. These are very comfy, lightweight and a great color to boot. I haven't tried them with snowboard boots, but I'm going to say they wouldn't really be compatible. A great buy no less.


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