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Gv cat trl snowshoes

Gv cat trl snowshoes

Gv cat trl snowshoes

Hello,

I was looking at the gv Cat trl snowshoes and they looked very nice.

I live in north Texas. Most of the trls and lakes around my place are just a little too rocky for heavy hiking. The last place I lived in they were a little to hard for the trls and that was also a hard rocky trl place.

I am looking to buy a nice pr of snowshoes and I am just looking at the model number of the gv Cat trl snowshoes and I was just wondering if anyone has this pr of snowshoes and if you are useing them do you like them? If you have any advice to share I would love to hear it.

Thanks for your time and keep safe this winter.

Hello, I am looking at the Gv Cat trl snowshoes and I was just wondering if anyone has this pr of snowshoes and if you are useing them do you like them? If you have any advice to share I would love to hear it.

Thanks for your time and keep safe this winter.

You might be better off at a LSS (local snow shopper) because they can give you better feedback on what to get for the money.

I use my GV cat trl on the local ski slopes. It can get rocky out there. I'd also recommend a GV Cat 2. It has the wider straps and is easier to walk in when not skiing. I'd also recommend the GV Cat with the bindings, because the Cat with the toe bindings are kind of narrow. And if you have the GV Cat trls you might as well get the bindings because the Cat with them is much easier to walk in and the GV Cat with the toe bindings kind of looks like the bindings came with the GV Trls (with the ski boot binding).

I had a pr of GV Trls (not cat or 2) that were too narrow (I measured my feet while I was standing still and they were only 15cm wide). I had the bindings and they were ok, but I could barely walk in them. I had to get the Cat with toe bindings (they sell them for $39, so I can't remember the exact number) and now the whole thing is easier to walk in.

I have a Cat 2. I'm 6' tall and I can walk in them. I'd say the Cat 2 is a bit narrower and more difficult to walk in, and you can see that on the Cat trls review thread. But I can walk in them. I know they are a "little" wider on the toe side, and I agree that they are much more difficult to walk in when not skiing.

I had some ski boots that weren't ideal for it, but I was still able to walk in it. I don't think that's possible if the ski boot is too narrow.

My cat 2s fit me better than the trl's and are a bit wider.

They have the same bindings so the Cat 2 would have the same straps, but I don't have an idea on how narrow the trls are.

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