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Designed for hard-packed, icy, or variable conditions and challenging trails, the Tubbs Women's Flex Alp Snowshoe is your ticket to the backcountry. Between the 3D Curved Traction rails that ensure superior side-hill grip—even on firm and/or steep surfaces—and the super-aggressive Viper 2.0 rail crampons, the Flex Alp offers reliable traction in questionable conditions.

  • Flex Tail technology allows the snowshoe to roll more naturally underfoot from heel-strike to toe-off
  • Torsion Deck design allows torsional articulation throughout the body of the snowshoe, maximizing comfort and traction on uneven terrain or variable snow conditions
  • ActiveLift 19-degree heel lift makes steep ascents easier by lifting your heel to reduce calf fatigue and Achilles strain on steep ascents
  • Rotating Toe Cord enables the tail of the snowshoe to drop in order to shed snow and make every step easier
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Spent 3nights/4 days in in the Snowy Range in Wyoming and these snow shoes made the trip a joy. We treked miles on the Medincine Bow area. Going up the ascents were challenging , but the heel lift feature saved our legs. I couldn't say enough positive things while treking up to the top. We couldn't make it to the very top as the winds and blowing snow was so high, but the adventure of making the attempt was fantastic.

Then we cut cross country to return to camp and the drop feature in the back did help to keep the snow from building up on the back heel deck.

Used them with a pair of Mucks. Perfect fit and comfort.

Tubbs Flex ALP Wm's

Winner of the Outside Magazine 'Gear of the Year' Award, the FLEX ALP is designed to tackle extreme Backcountry terrain. With micro-serrated 3D-Curved Traction Rails and the ActiveLift 19 degree heel lift, the FLEX ALP devours steep, icy terrain, and the new, streamlined deck shape enhances maneuverability in tight situations.

How much do these snowshoes weigh? 4 lbs each or 4 lbs/pair? I see different answers on various websites. Thanks