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30in Snowshoes

2 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $79.60 Original price: $199.00
60% off
Color:Stoic Gray



Why We Built The 30in Snowshoes

When the snow blankets all of your favorite trails it is time to break out the Snowshoes. As the longest snowshoes that Stoic offers, this snowshoe is intended for larger adventurers who demand float and speed in deeper snow. The aluminum construction handles wear and tear when coverage is thin, while the simple binding system helps you get moving on the trail faster than before.


  • Snowshoes built for cold-weather adventures in the woods
  • Aluminum construction is lightweight and reduces impact
  • Built-in traction helps move you forward on ice
  • Durable construction handles adventurous wear and tear
  • Simple binding system helps you get out on the trail
  • Item #SICZ2GV
Frame Material
Deck Material
heavy-duty hypalon
Crampon Material
stainless steel
[length] 30in
molded TPR, cinchcord, hook-and-loop stap
Heel Risers
Side Rails
Recommended User Weight
Claimed Weight
[pair] 4lb 5oz
snowshoe hiking
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

2 based on 1 ratings

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2 out of 5 stars

February 9, 2022

Not ideal for hiking

I returned this product before using it

First of all, in the description the only sizing guide provided goes by weight stating that this size is good for someone 200 pounds or more. Which would accommodate myself with gear. What it doesn't make clear is the size of the binding which were way too big for my feet. This could be my fault due to my lack of knowledge about sizing snowshoes. But I thought I should share that so no one else makes the same mistake. Another issues was the heel risers. They are not simple to use at all. It takes a lot of force to put them back down once you've put them up. You have to pull the sides apart in order to flip them down. Not great if you're hiking on the side of mountain and need to quickly switch from flat ground to steep climbing. The crampons are actually nice and sharp and I do like the binding system. If the issue with the risers was fixed, I might recommend them.

Samantha B

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com