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SH100 Snowshoe Storage Case
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SH100 Snowshoe Storage Case

QUECHUA

8576025

SH100 Snowshoe Storage Case

$15.00
  • SH100 Snowshoe Storage Case
  • SH100 Snowshoe Storage Case
  • SH100 Snowshoe Storage Case
  • SH100 Snowshoe Storage Case
SH100 Snowshoe Storage Case
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Easily carry and store your snowshoes with this carrying case/backpack. Pole holder grip system.

BENEFITS

Easy to use

Wide zipped opening, 2 carry handles and back strap.

Compact design

dimensions 640 mm x 260 mm x 180 mm (exterior).

Eco-design

We have reduced environmental impact by dyeing the thread before weaving it.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

How does my product warranty work?

This product is guaranteed for two years from the date shown on the sales receipt. A product covered by the warranty will be exchanged free of charge. The warranty covers product defects, excluding those resulting from normal wear and tear or improper use.

Using poles for increased stability when snowshoeing:

We strongly recommend that you use poles for better stability when snowshoeing. Especially if you intend to walk on slopes (uphill, downhill, etc.) or on powder snow where you could sink. There are 2 types of baskets. Choose large baskets so the poles remain on the surface.

Choose breathable clothing for snowshoeing:

We tend to over-dress when hiking in the snow because we are afraid of the cold. However, you will heat up very quickly when snowshoeing.
Adopt the 3 layer technique.
This technique provides warmth according to your effort level: remove clothing when it is warm, and put it back on when it is colder or during breaks. If you are too hot, you will perspire more, which will cool you down during breaks or when going downhill.

Dressing using the 3 layer technique

Whatever your cold-weather activity, use the three-layer principle:
Layer 1: A high-tech base layer to wick moisture away from the body to keep your skin dry.
Layer 2: A fleece or sweater to provide warmth and transfer moisture outwards.
Layer 3: A jacket to protect against outdoor conditions: rain, snow, and wind.
To eliminate moisture, the whole outfit must be breathable.

Safety first...

For off-piste hiking, make sure you are equipped with maps, a compass and/or GPS, an Avalanche Victim Detector, a shovel and a probe. These three pieces of equipment allow you to be found if you are caught in an avalanche, or searching for a victim. And do not forget to revise your security basics.

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