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Men's MSR Lightning Ascent Snowshoes


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Backcountry trips challenge you with cold temperatures, deep snow and steep terrain. MSR Lightning Ascent snowshoes have all the advanced technical features you need to tackle these conditions.



  • Weight: 3 lb. 15 oz.
  • Capacity: 120 to 220 lb.
  • Dimensions: 8"W x 25"L.
  • 30"

  • Weight: 4 lb. 7 oz.
  • Capacity: 150 to 280 lb.
  • Dimensions: 8"W x 30"L.
  • Construction

  • 7,000-series aluminum frame.
  • Tough and light urethane-injected nylon decking.
  • Urethane straps stay flexible to minus 20°F.
  • New steel DTX crampon offers increased strength for greater durability on rugged terrain.
  • Torsion 2 hardened-steel toe and heel crampons stay sharp so you have reliable traction in ice.
  • PosiLock AT bindings securely fits most boots.
  • Fully rotating toe cord keeps snow from flinging up your back and helps crampons grip snow and ice.
  • USA.
  • Why We Love It

    The snow-cutting perimeter and hardened-steel toe and heel crampons stay sharp to provide reliable traction on snow and ice. Ergo Televator heel lifters support your heel and maximize traction while providing relief for calf strain on difficult ascents. PosiLock AT bindings provide secure and adjustable fit to accommodate most types of winter footwear and are made from Urethane to accommodate most weather conditions – including up to minus 20°F.
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    5 / 5
    March 29, 2018
    Sturdy, work great!
    I have used these new snowshoes many time now and they work extremely well. I have used them on woods trails and on open railroad beds and along power... more
    Glenburn, ME
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    5 / 5
    January 23, 2018
    take back the mountain in the winter.
    I found myself in the market for a new pair of snowshoes as my first cheap pair I had bought last year broke on me. Having talked with the sales associate... more
    springfield Vermont
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