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Who Are You?

  • Man

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    Men’s snowshoes are built for bigger and heavier users. This means frames are longer, wider, and the bindings generally accommodate up to a size 13 boot.

    Select Men's
  • Woman

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    Women’s snowshoes are built for smaller, lighter users. This means frames are asymmetrical so you can walk without stepping on the toe of the rear snowshoe. Compared to men’s snowshoes, women’s models are tapered in the tail to accommodate a shorter leg and more in-line stride. Bindings on women’s snowshoes generally accommodate down to a size 6.

    Select Women's
  • Youth

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    Kids’ snowshoes are designed for ease of use without sacrificing functionality. Kids’ snowshoes provide security, support and traction comparable to grown-up ones, tailored to younger users. The bindings are simple so the children get moving without too much hassle.

    Select Youth

Manufacturers have developed snowshoe frames and bindings to accommodate differences in weight, leg, foot size, and stride between men, women and children. Hover over the information icons to learn more and make your selection.

What terrain will you explore?

  • Gentle

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    Snowshoes for gentle terrain are the best selection if you are a beginner and your nearest adventure area is not very steep or exposed, like a golf course. These snowshoes offer bindings that are easy to get on and off, and traction for when the sun begins to set and the trail gets icy. Running-specific snowshoes are also designed for this type of terrain.

    Select Gentle
  • Rolling

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    Snowshoes built for rolling terrain are the most versatile. They are capable of navigating hills, and tackling steep terrain too. This type of snowshoe offers more traction, durability and security than gentle terrain models.

    Select Rolling
  • Steep

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    In the steep terrain of high winter summits, your equipment is the difference between risk and reward. Snowshoes for this arena come with near ice-climbing level crampons, bombproof bindings that will not slip, deck and frame materials that withstand repeated contact with rocks on windblown summits in below zero temperatures. For maximum efficiency on long climbs, they also have heel lifts.

    Select Steep

Choose the terrain you will explore most often.

What Size do you Need?

  • Light

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    Select Light if you and your pack will be between 120-200 pounds and you’re going out in packed snow. If you’re at the top of this range or you’re going out in loosely packed snow, we recommend you select Medium.

    Select Light
  • Medium

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    Select Medium if you and your pack will be between 170-250 pounds and you’ll be going out in packed snow. If you and your gear are at the top of this range, AND you plan on going out in loosely packed snow, we recommend you select Heavy. If you’re at the bottom of the range AND you’ll be traveling on firm snow we recommend you select Light.

    Select Medium
  • Heavy

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    Select Heavy if you and your pack will be over 220 pounds. If you’re between 220 pounds and 250, traveling on packed snow, we recommend you select Medium.

    Select Heavy

Snowshoe size is determined by how much you weigh, how much weight you’re carrying, and the snow conditions. Too small and you’ll be post-holeing through the snow; too big and you’ll be exhausted from the weight and tripping over your snowshoes. Read the information icons above to help you select the right size snowshoe.

What Size do you Need?

  • Light

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    Select Light if you and your pack will be between 80-150 pounds and you’re going out in packed snow. If you’re at the top of this range or you’re going out in loosely packed snow, we recommend you select Medium.

    Select Light
  • Medium

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    Select Medium if you and your pack will be between 120-200 pounds and you’ll be going out in packed snow. If you and your gear are at the top of this range, AND you plan on going out in loosely packed snow, we recommend you select Heavy. If you’re at the bottom of the range AND you’ll be traveling on firm snow we recommend you select Light.

    Select Medium
  • Heavy

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    Select Heavy if you and your pack will be over 200 pounds. If you’re between 200 pounds and 250, traveling on packed snow, we recommend you select Medium.

    Select Heavy

Snowshoe size is determined by how much you weigh, how much weight you’re carrying, and the snow conditions. Too small and you’ll be post-holeing through the snow; too big and you’ll be exhausted from the weight and tripping over your snowshoes. Read the information icons above to help you select the right size snowshoe.

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Youth

Thanks for using the EMS Snowshoe Finder! We offer a fantastic selection of kids’ snowshoes, but we won’t need to answer the other weight and terrain questions, as there are fewer variations. Kids’ snowshoes provide access to frozen natural playgrounds in a variety of winter landscapes from gentle to rolling.

Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Men/Gentle/Light


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Men/Rolling/Light


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Men/Steep/Light

Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:


TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Men/Gentle/Medium


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Men/Rolling/Medium


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Men/Steep/Medium


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Men/Gentle/Heavy


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Men/Rolling/Heavy


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Men/Steep/Heavy


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Woman/Gentle/Light


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Woman/Rolling/Light


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Woman/Steep/Light


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Woman/Gentle/Medium


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Woman/Steep/Medium


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Woman/Gentle/Heavy


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Woman/Rolling/Heavy


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Woman/Steep/Heavy


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!

You Have Completed the EMS Snowshoe Finder!

Woman/Rolling/Medium


Before you hit the snow, don’t forget the following:

TREKKING POLES: Take the strain off your hips and knees.

GAITERS: Protect your boot laces from freezing and keep the snow out of your pants.

WICKING AND BREATHABLE LAYERS: Wear just enough to stay warm, top it off with a wind layer, gloves and a hat, and keep a puffy insulated jacket in your daypack for rest breaks.

INSULATED BOTTLE: Stay hydrated and warm, and bring snacks so you don’t run out of energy.

Take me to My Snowshoes!