This shoe's lightweight components and sleek, tapered shape help you move quickly and easily over the snow. The tubular aluminum V frame held up to repeated poundings as we trekked through the heavy wet stuff and proved to be one of the most durable we tested. Ultralight bindings keep your feet secure while allowing great range of motion from toe to heel for a natural, smooth stride. [$180; atlassnowshoe.com]
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