We now have DIY parts kits available for the most frequent Atlas repairs we perform. Click here for the parts store.
All prices listed below are for repairs done in our shop and include parts and labor (but do not include return shipping).
Mountain Soles offers factory authorized repairs on Atlas brand snowshoes. We use the same parts and equipment to repair your snowshoes that Atlas uses to build their snowshoes. We have been trained by their staff to ensure repairs are done to their standards.
PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE PAGE, then follow our Mail Order Instructions .
Sending us your Snowshoes: Send us both of your snowshoes if you have a broken binding or crampon. We may have to replace both so that they match.
DO NOT cut off old bindings/crampons. Doing this may end up creating more repair work and cost more to repair.
Once we have received your snowshoes we will assess them and follow the directions you have given us on your Snowshoe Mail Order Form. Please mark the damaged area(s) clearly with tape or some other marking so that we can easily see the problem area(s). Once the repairs are completed we will charge your credit card for the repairs, plus return shipping and send them back to you.
Repairs & Prices
Wrapp Swift Hiking/Mountaineering Bindings and Crampons Replaced: $99 per pair
The Wrapp Swift bindings are used on Atlas’s Montane back-country model. This is a great binding/crampon package for general all-around use and the straps fit a very wide size range of footwear.
We like these bindings because they feature soft EVA padding and webbing straps that tighten and release easily.
What's included: A new set of bindings, steel crampons, heel straps and installation.
These bindings are also available as a $79 DIY kit which could save you time and money. For more info, please check out the listing for this item in our parts store here.
Pack Flat Hiking/Mountaineering Bindings and Crampons Replaced: $89 per pair
2/27/23- We are out of Pack Flat bindings in size LARGE (for Men's size 8-13). We still have size SMALL in stock (fits Women's size 6-13).
The Pack Flat bindings are more minimal and we like them because the adjustment straps are 'field replaceable' meaning that in the future if you have an adjustment strap break, you can replace the adjustment straps (as long as Atlas produces them) without the need to ship your snowshoes in for a repair. The Pack Flat bindings are not compatible with crampons on older snowshoes which is why this package includes new crampons.
What's included: A new set of bindings, stainless steel crampons, heel straps and installation. The current version of this binding has red straps.
These bindings are also available as a $69.95 DIY kit which could save you time and money. For more info, please check out the listing for this item in our parts store here.
Are your bindings cracked or have they crumbled into many small pieces? This is what you are looking for! Binding replacement is the most common Atlas repair we perform.
The Wrapp Swift and Pack Flat bindings are great replacement bindings for most Atlas models going back to the 1990's including:
- 7 Series/ Recreational Series- 721, 725, 730, 733
- 8 Series- 821, 825, 830, 833
- 9 Series-
- 10 Series- 1022, 1025, 1030, 1033, 1044
- 12 Series- 1222, 1225, 1230, 1233
- Snowshoes marked with "SLS" on the toe cord.
- Altas models co-branded with Liberty Mountain Sports and Cabela's.
- Atlas models with Indy 500, Indy 500 Plus/Max on the footbed/crampon.
Don't know which model you have? Take a look at the rubberized strap (toe cord) that connects the frame to the crampon/binding. These straps frequently have numbers imprinted on them. The number on that strap will be your model number. Some old styles won't have anything imprinted on the toe cords, but in most cases these bindings will work.
See a short video which shows how to put the Pack Flat bindings on. Please note in this video that we mistakenly put a right foot into a left binding. Bindings are marked with L and R which correspond to each foot.
Fitness/Running Bindings and Crampons Replaced: $89 per pair
What's included: A new set of bindings, steel crampons, heel straps and installation.
Currently in stock.
These bindings are best suited for use on running models like the Dual Trac models. They also work best with lower profile footwear like running shoes or lighter weight boots.
Race/Titanium Bindings and Crampons Replaced: $105 per pair
What's included: A new set of bindings, stainless steel crampons, heel straps and installation. Currently in stock.
This binding/crampon configuration is found on the Atlas Race snowshoes like the Dual Trac models and is recommended only for replacing existing Race bindings/crampons. They are ultralight weight and not recommended for general hiking. We only stock a small number of these bindings each season. They work best with lower profile footwear like running shoes or lighter weight boots.
Heel Straps (rubber with adjustment holes)
Heel straps are also available as a $25.95 DIY kit which could save you time and money. For more info, please check out the listing for this item in our parts store here.
If you have rubber heel straps with equally spaced adjustment holes as seen in the picture on the right, then yes, we can replace your heels straps. If only one of your heel straps is broken, consider getting the pair replaced at the same time because they often break due to age and if one broke, the other one is likely soon to break. Heel Straps run $18 for one, $32 per pair, installed.
BOA Technology Lacing System Repairs
We can replace the Boa wire lace as well as the "reel" which is the dial that is used to adjust the tension of the wire lace.
Please note, if the molded housing (typically a larger part of the binding) that the reel is attached to is cracked, you might need to have the bindings replaced.
Wire lace replaced $28 per binding or $32 for the wire and reel to be replaced at the same time.
Crampon Replacement: $25 - $30 each
Titanium crampons are $35 each.
Toe Cord Replacement (Straight-Across Style): $25 each
These have 2 connection points to the binding and crampon.
Toe Cord Replacement (SLS/Wrap-Around Style): $40 each
These have 4 connection points to the binding and crampon.
Arch Strap Replacement on Elektra Bindings: $22 each
We can replace both sizes these come in.
Rivet/Buckle Replacement: $15 - $30
Price varies on the complexity of the construction.
Tail Joint: $25 each, $45 per pair
Hard plastic connector.
Tail Deck Wrap: $30 each, $55 per pair
Deck Wraps: $15 each
Because each snowshoe repair is somewhat unique, we suggest that you choose the option on the Mail Order Form that authorizes us to proceed with repairs up to $XX.XX. Fill in the maximum dollar amount you feel comfortable with spending to repair your snowshoes.
When looking at the cost to repair your snowshoes, keep in mind that a new pair of Atlas snowshoes runs between $140 and $320, with an average pair around $200. That means that repairing your snowshoes, even with shipping costs added on, is usually cost effective.
If you think you have a legitimate Warranty claim, please do not contact Mountain Soles. Instead, you should contact your local Atlas dealer, or contact Atlas directly to see if your problem is covered under warranty. You can reach them at 800-985-8012.
• Missing deck rivets- as long as the decking is not torn and the holes are not enlarged.
• Buckles (all newer buckles in stock, older models will have color substitution if original not in stock) – Most years.
• Heel straps- Most years.
• Binding attachment rivets- All years.
• Binding-to-frame attachment straps (known as a Toe Cord). About one in every 20 pair of snowshoes we see come in for binding replacement also need to have the Toe Cords replaced as well.
• Bindings & Crampons- If your bindings or crampons are broken it is very likely that we can replace them. Over the years Atlas has had numerous designs and most, but not all bindings/crampons are replaceable. We highly suggest that you watch our Atlas Snowshoe video (see it above) to see if your snowshoes are repairable. If you are still unclear as to whether or not we can repair your snowshoes, please send us a message via our Contact page.
Binding and heel strap replacement are the two most common repairs we perform. We only replace bindings in pairs (not individually) so that your bindings will match in appearance and function, and because we do not have inventory of styles from previous seasons. Replacement bindings will likely be a different color, and/or style than your existing pair. We will do our best to make your new bindings similar in style/function to your old pair but we are limited by our inventory. Please send both your snowshoes to avoid delays and extra shipping costs.
• Decking (entire sections)- of any kind/any year; we do not stock replacement decking.
• Heel Lift Attachment Points- we do not have the parts available to replace these.
• Older style bindings for Atlas (best to send us pictures first).
• Broken/worn through frames- any model/year.
• Pop rivets that have made the attachment hole in the frame too large (normal wear and tear issue).
We do have DIY repair kits for our most popular snowshoe repairs that we perform. Please take a look at our parts store here.
Please look at the turn-around time listed on the lower left of our web site. We try to keep this up to date. We don’t do “rush” jobs. Please DO NOT call to ask what the turn around time is, or if we have received your item. Please track your package.
Once your repairs are finished, we will return them via US Postal Service which can take 2 to 12 business days depending on your location. Return shipping costs will be added to the cost of your repairs. If you want your item returned via UPS or FedEx, please send a prepaid UPS or Fed Ex return shipping label with your order. Shipping snowshoes can be expensive due to over-sized box charges. Try to pack your snowshoes into the smallest box possible to reduce your shipping costs. Please do not use packing peanuts!
When looking at the cost to repair your snowshoes, keep in mind that a new pair of Atlas snowshoes runs between $140 and $320, with an average pair around $180. That means that repairing your snowshoes, even with shipping costs added on, is usually cost effective.