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MSR Lighting Ascent 22
MSR engineered their Women’s 360° Traction™ frames in conjunction with a renowned expert in athletic biomechanics, resulting in a lower-profile frame that saves weight and improves agility with narrow gaits. Paired with our PosiLock™ AT bindings to create our most secure attachment, new tougher decking, and the easily engaged Ergo™ Televators, they’ll back you up with every step.

  • Size: 22inch (56CM)
  • Weight: 3.Lbs 9Oz (1.62k)
  • Width: 7.25 inch (18CM)
  • Binding: PosiLock
  • Televator
  • Gait: Womens/narrow
  • Foot size rang: 4.5-14 Womens (35.5-48)
  • Load: Up to 180 Lbs (80Kilos)
  • Load with tails: Up to 240 Lbs (109 Kilos)
  • Unrivaled Traction: 360° Traction frames deliver edge-to-edge grip, and split teeth of Torsion2™ crampons better distribute forces for more continuous contact—delivering unmatched traction on any terrain, in any conditions.
  • Secure Attachment: Two-piece, independently conforming Women’s PosiLock AT bindings create our most secure, freeze-resistant attachment for smaller footwear.
  • All-Condition Adaptability: Modular Flotation tails allow you the maneuverability of a smaller, primary snowshoe with the added, on-demand flotation of optional, 5-inch (13-cm) tails.
  • Uphill Efficiency: Ergo™ Televators reduce fatigue and increase traction on the steeps with an ergonomic design that engages with a flick of a pole grip.
  • Low-Profile: Narrow frames are ideal for women, those with a narrow gait, or anyone seeking the lightest snowshoe possible
  • Item: 5211-05608
MSR Lighting Ascent 22
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