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Sawtooth Snowshoes redefine style and snow trekking. Made from lightweight aluminum, our Sawtooth combines reliable design and sleek looks to outfit your next snowshoeing adventure. Available in three colors and two lengths.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
- Lightweight Materials
- Snow Flotation
- Durable Construction
- Hard Pack Grip Teeth
- Fully Adjustable Bindings
- Steel Incline Heel Lift Riser
IN THE MEDIA
“These bestselling men’s and women’s snowshoes are a versatile option for exploring a wide range of landscapes in different snowy conditions.”
- 6061 aluminum frame
- HDPE decking
- 2.3lb per 21" shoe
- 2.82lb per 27" shoe
SAWTOOTH IN THE WILD
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THE CLASSIC WORKHORSE
The Sawtooth is our best-selling snowshoe of all time. It features a classic design with modern touches. Durable aircraft aluminum frame with hard pack grip teeth, heel riser, and self-locking heel strap. Great for both casual and backcountry trails. Incredibly lightweight and stylish.
Sawtooth comes in two sizes, 21" and 27". Bodyweight is the main factor in determining how much surface area is necessary for good float in the snow. Use this guide to determine the right size for you.
RATCHET STYLE BINDINGS
With so many different types of snow boots available, it's important to have flexibility with bindings. Our ratchet system enables you to wear nearly any kind of boot and still get a tight, secure, and comfortable fit.
LIGHT ON YOUR FEET
All the materials used in Sawtooth are durable and lightweight. From the aircraft-grade aluminum to the nylon decking. Snowshoeing is hard work, we don't want to make it harder with a heavy shoe!
I didn't get to try them in very deep snow but they worked very well on moderate snow on the trails. Nice bindings, light weight and appear to be very well made. I'm not sure how much I'll need the Heal lifts but it is a nice feature for shoes in this price range.
Thank Ypu.. used them once so far and they were great!
We waited til trying out our snowshoes a couple of times before reviewing. So far, we love them. The only drawbacks we experienced were: 1). My wife found that the Sawtooth shoes were a little too wide for her. 2). I found that the Delano crampons had a tendency to gather clumps of hardened snow that had to be removed from time to time. I wish I'd gotten the Delanos for my wife since they are narrower. But, all in all, good snowshoes.