Designed with beginners in mind, these snowshoes give you advanced features as well as comfort features to ensure your snowshoeing experience is wonderful, no matter your experience level.
- Quickpull™ Binding
- Rotating Toe Cord
- Fit-Step™ Frame
- Crampon and Heel Crampon
- Flatpack Binding
You see the little ™ symbol, and if you’re anything like me, you get a little confused about the significance. So let’s get into the technology side a little bit here!
- Quickpull™ Binding: What this means is that forefoot strap pulls to tighten easily, then all you have to do is push a button and the binding releases. Intuitive to use, these make dealing with your bindings a breeze.
- Fit-Step™ Frame: I’ve read their description of this countless times, and I may be an Outdoors Geek but there’s a reason they don’t call me the Anatomy Geek. So, I’ll include their description at the end, but here’s my takeaway: The people over at Tubbs know their stuff, and made snowshoes that are comfortable, and take stress off your body while snowshoeing.
- Now, here’s the Tubbs description: “The innovative, upturned tail of the aluminum Fit-Step™ frame provides biomechanical benefits, reducing musculoskeletal impact on hip, knee and ankle joints by 10%.”
Tubbs nylon gaiters are water-resistant and breathable, making those longer hikes that much more enjoyable with no fear of snow in your boots.
Lightweight, aluminum poles come with powder baskets and a mitten friendly grip. These poles are highly adjustable, ready to be used by any family member. The powder baskets are easily removed, making these trekking poles that can be used in any situation, snow or otherwise!