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Thread: Snowshore recommendations for the White Mountains?

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    Cryptozoology! Sounds like The DaVinci Code with handpuppets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaseri
    Crescent Moon Snowshoes have the best binding system out there.

    http://www.crescentmoonsnowshoes.com
    Yes, the crescent moon bindings are indeed nice. I can put my snowshoes on one-handed, standing one-legged on fairly steep slopes.

    The only thing that I don't like about the crescent moons is their colors. I'd prefer a much more conservative black and gray (I have the 2006/2007 gold 9's in red, white, and blue). I do get a lot of "cool snowshoes" compliments from other hikers though, so maybe I shouldn't complain.

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    I've been using the Crescent Moon Gold 10's for a couple of years now. I have yet to find a better binding system and reasonably light for the size.

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