G.I. Snowshoe And Binding— Kit
If you are looking for the perfect snowshoe and binding combo, your search is over!
These famous snowshoes are made of lightweight but durable magnesium frame and a stainless-steel rubber-coated wire rope interior that will last for years. They are constructed to military specifications and very lightweight, allowing for rapid movement on snow. They feature long tails that will help you maintain a straighter course.
Although these snowshoes are in excellent condition, they might still show signs of moderate wear and age.
- Ultra-light magnesium alloy frame with welded grip cleats
- Aluminum wire lattice with plastic coating
- Approx. Dims: 12½ in W x 47½ in L
- Made in Canada
These Genuine Issue bindings are designed to be used with your magnesium snowshoes; they are made of heavy-duty nylon webbing with metal hardware. This binding system fits a wide range of winter boot styles/sizes.
- Nylon webbing
- Metal hardware
- 1” Wide
- Made in USA
- NSN: 8465-00-965-2175
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The snowsgoes are great... the bindings took some time to figure out... the instructions are not very good at explaining how to put them on.... but thanks to utube I got it figured it out
Great product arrived on time. Seems like a decent company. Binding instructions sucked but YouTube saved the day.
The on-line ordering process was smooth and the shipping time was well within acceptable parameters. The items I ordered were the used military snow shoes, and a new set of mil-spec bindings. The quality of the snow shoes is excellent (I don't think you can break them) and the bindings are heavy duty. Tip: Interpreting the military instructions for installing the bindings requires an I.Q. much higher than mine however a quick internet search provided a short U-Tube video that made the installation a snap. I will definitely order from McGuire Army Navy again!
I recently purchased 2 sets of snow shoes and upon arrival noticed that 1 of the 4 shoes had a gouge/crack in it. I called McGuire's office and they sent a prepaid shipping label where I sent one pair back and I am waiting for the other pair. They seem to be well made and i am anxious for winter to come so I can try them out.