Tubbs Snowshoes Women's Wilderness Snowshoes
Whether youre cruising a well-established trail or taking your own line the Tubbs Wilderness Snowshoes for women will get you there faster and easier than you could ever imagine. Designed with the way you walk in mind, a Fit-Step aluminum frame reduces impact to hips, knees and ankles by 10% with the use of a slightly upturned and rounded tail to improve your natural heel to toe motion. When matched with the appropriate user load these snowshoes float atop the snow for easy trekking and day trips. A limited step rotation allows the tail of the shoe to dump snow for reduced fatigue without letting the toe to bang your shin. With a Cobra toe crampon falling just under the ball of your foot, climbing and moving over packed snow and ice will be a breeze.
- Frame: 6000 series Fit-Step™ aluminum
- Deck: PVC SoftTec™ coated woven polyester
- Rotating Toe Cord with Cord Limiter
- Binding: Gender specific 180 Pro with extended Control Wings™ and locking heel
- ActiveLift™ heel for more natural footfalls
- Cobra™ carbon steel alloy toe crampon
- Python™ carbon steel heel crampon
- Optimal Load: 80-150 lb (W21), 120-200 lb (W25)
- Surface Area: 136 sq in (W21), 178 sq in (W25)
- Weight: 3.6 lb (W21), 3.9 lb (W25)
Purchase the Tubbs Snowshoes Wilderness Snowshoes for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- December 15 2011
30 inch for women!
I am a little under 200lbs and with gear on I wanted a women's 30 inch snow shoe. Hard to find until Tubbs. I love the easy binding for easy on and off. Color is very pretty. Also really like that there is more shoe in the front. Definitely would try this if you are looking for snowshoe.
- February 12 2011
women's wilderness snow shoe
I am very satisfied with the product. They are nice and light and easy to put on and off. I am five feet and 118 pounds and went with the 25 inch ones. They are light and flexible and work wonderful in all types of snow.
- February 4 2010
good quality good price
Used them last weekend and worked fine. no problems and are better quality than my old Adventures that lasted five years + but finally gave out.
- February 9 2011
I have tried other snowshoes, but the best I have found is the Tubbs Wilderness series for the day hikes I take. These snowshoes worked flawlessly. The bindings are so simple.
- February 17 2010
Not as good as I expected
The binding is a quick release and can release when a branch or you overstep on the release. This could cause a bad fall. I know. I would chose another pair with a safer binding