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Get them started young! These high-quality kids snowshoes designed in Canada are perfect to start them off snowshoeing. Designed for flat terrain, and easy to put on, these snowshoes will give your kids hours of enjoyment.
-Lightweight and durable 6061 aluminum frame
-HDPE decking rated to -40°C
-Heavy-duty 600D carrying case
-Weight rating 40-90 lbs
Nice quick delivery,, so enjoy using these in the Bergland, ON area. Easy to put on and off. Love using them while I enjoy the trails. Always nice to support a family owned Canadian business.
Due to a lack of snow, I've yet to try these out in the field. However, after doing a lot of research, i ws very impressed with the quality once I received them! The bindings appear to be an easy on/off and I liked the fact that the crampons are made of steel vs. aluminum.
I have as yet been able to get out and try out my new snowshoes so I am unable to give a complete assessment of them.
What I can speak to so far is my first impression of them.
The first thing I noticed was how light they are for a large snowshoe. Lightweight but very well built. They also came with a set of poles and a carry bag, very cool.
The customer service was also very good. Questions I had were quickly answered, thus allowing me to make my decision to purchase. The product was very well packed as I had to have them shipped to my location.
I am really looking forward to getting out and using these snowshoes. Looking at the quality, I do not foresee any issues with them. 😁😁
Our snowshoes arrived very quickly and fit as described. The quality and light weight of the snowshoes make them really easy to use for newbies and the grips are excellent. We had a ton of snow this year, so they came in really handy. The only struggle we had was trying to secure the heel straps with bare hands when it was really cold (-25 degrees C and colder). Overall, highly recommended.
So, my first time uhm ever, snowshoeing, so hardly one to be an expert. They went on easily enough, but would need to practice a bit more outdoors to smooth it out. The only thing I noticed was that I would always hit the left side of the SS with the right, and visa versa. Maybe that's normal?