Spark R&D Verts Snowshoe + Adapter

Spark R&D Verts Snowshoe + Adapter
Spark R&D Verts Snowshoe + Adapter
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Verts Snowshoe + Adapter by Spark R&D
If skinning up isn't an option, it shouldn't mean that post-holing your way up there is your only choice--slide your Spark R&D bindings into the Verts Snowshoe with Spark Adapters instead for an easy and efficient split-friendly climbing alternative. The first ever splitboard specific snowshoes, these tough, lightweight, and compact snowshoes are made specifically for ascending steep slopes and couloirs, and use a toe-forward design for fatigue-free forward pointing on your way to the goods. Plus, Spark R&D uses a high-performance non-stick surface to help shed snow and ice, while the burly nylon material holds up through the toughest missions.

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SKU: KRD000F
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Manufactured by Spark R&D
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