US Size Weight Capacity Weight Capacity with Tails
22" up to 180 lbs. up to 250 lbs.
25" 120 - 220 lbs. 120 - 280 lbs.
30" 150 - 280 lbs. 180 - 300+ lbs.
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Tyker - Kid's - Red (43 cm / 17 in.)
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Tyker - Kid's - Gray (43 cm / 17 in.)
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MSR - Tyker

The Tyker from MSR is a child-sized, reliable snowshoe intended for children who weigh up to 80 pounds (36 kg). They feature steel crampons and kid-friendly molded traction bars for great all-around traction and added safety.

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Technical specifications & features

Weight 2 lbs 1 oz. (940 g)
Gender Kid's
Size 43 cm (17 in.)
Made in USA
Dimensions Width: 6.5 in. (16.5 cm)
Length: 17 in. (43 cm)
Weight Capacity Up to 80 lbs (Up to 36 kilos)
Other Features Kid-Friendly Bindings: These secure bindings are designed for smaller, mitten-clad hands and can be used on most any footwear.
Parent-Friendly Traction: Molded traction bars take the place of steel to add safety without compromising essential traction.
Fits Wide Range of Sizes: Kids' shoe sizes 7.5–13.5 and adult sizes 1 M - 4.5 M (24 - 34).

• Number of binding straps: 2

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