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I have always wanted to try these out, but my wife would kill me if I bought another pair of skis (I don't know why, I live in South Central PA and have at least 10 pairs of skis :-) ). They're kind of a cross between snowshoes and skis, don't know how much running snowshoes cost, but these are $330 at Bean, maybe less elsewhere.
Snowshoe running is fun and a hard workout. Plan on your quads hurting after lifting the additional pound or two. You generally want to run on groomed trails and have gators and water resistant shoes.
I really wish the concept caught on more as I'd like to do some snowshoe races but they are kind of hard to find and I'm not traveling 3-4 hours for a 5k.
You talked to the right guy. I was just going to recommend get Dion's, great product and he totally stands behind it.
snowed 4 inches, fresh unbroken on top of about 3 inches. It is awesome. Hard workout. But to be in unbroken trail after frsh snow, just beautiful. Only did four miles on technical trail today. If I had time could do more. Looking to do six, then 8 to 10.