If you’ve got a pair of snowshoes on your feet then you’re more likely than not surrounded by some serious terrain (either that or you’re tearing your living room apart wearing snowshoes on your couch).
Snowshoes are only required when the white stuff is particularly thick, and even if the rest of the environment you’re trekking through isn’t particularly hostile, you don’t want to end up with a pair that will leave you wanting or irritated on your expedition.
They can quite literally be the difference between an enjoyable outing in the great outdoors and an all-too-real, potentially hazardous struggle.
“One of the only options if you want a snowshoe that can handle both deep powder and technical routes.”
That’s where the MSR Lightning Ascent Snowshoes come in. The lightweight product is commonly regarded as one of the best products on the market, and it’s no secret why.
MSR’s snowshoes are perfect no matter if you’re trail hiking or getting well and truly lost in the backcountry – they’re one of the only options if you want a snowshoe that can handle both deep powder and technical routes.