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Does Atlas make good snowshoes?

All in all, Atlas Aspect are excellent backcountry snowshoes with one of the grippiest traction systems currently. It’s by no means poor but compared to MSR Lightning Ascent and Tubbs Mountaineer, these snowshoes don’t perform the same as good as they do on deep snow.

Who owns Atlas Snowshoes?

K2 Inc.
K2 Inc. announced Oct. 20 that it acquired WinterQuest, parent company of Tubbs Snowshoes, Atlas Snowshoe Co. and Little Bear Snowshoes, for an undisclosed amount.

How do I know my size for snowshoes?

So if your local snowshoe zone usually has lots of fluffy snow, choose a larger snowshoe for your weight to give you more surface area. On the flip side, if you usually snowshoe on hard-packed trails or in wet snow, you can get by with a smaller snowshoe for your weight.

Where are Atlas Snowshoes made?

This year, all of Atlas’ snowshoes were built in China, and next year, this will be true for Tubbs as well. Part of the move has been driven by industry consolidation.

When was Atlas Founded shoes?

Johannes Schabsky founded the “Unna Schuhfabrik” in 1910. The great-great-grandfather of the current owner Hendrik Schabsky thus laid the foundation for the ATLAS® shoe factory….Marketing.

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Can snowshoes be too big?

Yes, smaller snowshoes offer a weight advantage, and a snowshoe that’s too big for the user can make for an awkward stride and uncomfortable walking. However, untracked snow and a backpack full of winter gear demand larger snowshoes.

Do snowshoes have a left and right?

If you purchase universal snowshoes, both snowshoes will fit on either your left or right foot. However, it’s recommended that the binding buckles are toward the outside of your feet. If snowshoes are designated for a right and left, there will be a mark on the shoe.

What snowshoes are made in the USA?

Manufactured in Seattle All MSR snowshoes have been made on site in Seattle since the 1995 launch of the Denali Classic snowshoe.

Is there a right and left to snowshoes?