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Product Highlights:

  • V-Frames
  • Suspension Spring-Loaded
  • Elektra Design
  • Nytex Decking
  • Wrapp Binding

About Atlas Elektra 9 Series Snowshoes for Women

Whether you re a seasoned snowshoer or a first-time newbie, the Atlas Elektra 9 Series Snowshoes have the high tech features you need to get where you want to go. With an advanced free rotating suspension, these Elektra 9 Series Snowshoes give you a secure footing on lateral or zig zag movements and uneven terrain while the high tech tempered steel cleats and toe crampons grip the hard snow and ice efficiently.

Atlas Elektra 9 Series Snowshoes for Women Features

  • Developed for women's natural gait and incorporates a women's specific binding design for superior arch support and improved circulation
  • V frame shape helps you conserve energy by providing a lightweight aluminum material and a shape that tracks straight in deep snow
  • Advanced binding gives you high tech molded arch support, a one pull uniloop design, hassle free straps
  • Free rotating suspension cushions your step for improved freedom of movement and natural foot flex
  • Heel cleat gives you better traction and stability for climbing up or down and covering varied terrain
  • Advanced decking is durable, flexible, forgiving and quiet
  • Toe crampon keeps your foot from twisting

Atlas Elektra 9 Series Snowshoes for Women Specifications

Snowshoe Type
Women's all terrain snowshoe
Wrapp binding
23 inches
6.3 inches
Available in the Following Sizes:
23 in., 27 in.
Weight [with packaging]
23 in.: 3.85 lb,
27 in.: 4.1 lb
Atlas Women's Snowshoes Size Chart
  23 in 27 in
Weight Limit (lbs) 80-160 120-200+

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Questions about this item:

Deborah B  Is this the 923 or the 927? And is the color teal (or aqua) as shown?
STEVE D  The shoes I bought are the 927 and they are aqua.
Shopper  What is the difference between the 2010 ans 2011 models?
SunnySports S  The 2011 has the free rotating suspension. Stay safe and have fun out there! Neal
Shopper  For the Atlas Elektra 927 women's snowshoes, I see that there are 2010 and 2011 versions available (at different prices). Are there any functional changes in the 2011 model (crampons, bindings, frame material, etc.) or are the changes purely cosmetic?
SunnySports S  Sorry for the delay in answering your question, due to the holidays we have had a large increase in questions. In answer to your questions there is actually no difference between the 2010 and 2011 models. Stay safe and have fun out there! Neal
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