Iverson expanded on the Westover use of neoprene laced snowshoe. This lightweight, non-stretch, non-stick material is unaffected by severe winter conditions and reduces snowshoe maintenance.
Iverson developed the "Standard A" snowshoe harness, the reference standard of the industry.
Iverson developed their proprietary "No-Sno" poly-lacquer coating along with a multi-step dipping process that significantly reduces build-up in wet and sticky snow conditions.
In 2008 Iverson began using military grade ballistic Kevlar impregnated neoprene. Incredibly tough, durable, abrasion resistant and 30% lighter.
2008 also saw the introduction of the Iverson reinforced arc support system. Our engineers developed a polymer to reinforce the extreme bends in our snowshoes to reduce stress and improve structural integrity.
The 2009/2010 season also saw the release of the new "Iverson AA" harness. This much improved "Iverson A" is built for the new larger pack boots in use today.
Iverson will soon introduce the new "Super-Flex" high performance racing snowshoe. Prototype testing is now in process on this super light, flexible snowshoe with superior traction and impact absorption.