Description

An easy-to-use snowshoe for flat to moderate uphills and downhills.

Hike off the beaten path with the Tubbs Men's Flex Trek Snowshoe. Ideal for those interested in taking a hike along flat and rolling terrain in mid winter, the Flex Trek enables you to walk freely and easily over snow so you're not confined to the treadmill during the colder months. The Torsion Deck frame flexes to match uneven terrain, and the 3-D curved traction rails bite into hard and icy snow for secure footing every step of the way. Plus, the 16-degree Active Lift heel reduces strain on your calf muscles when the trail starts to get steep.

Thanks to its QuickPull binding system, an intuitive forefoot strap cinches easily and unlocks with one buckle push. Its pivoting toe stop allows speedy adjustment and Control Wings keep your heel aligned. A Rotating Toe Cord design enables the tail of the snowshoe to drop and snow to shed off the tail, reducing cardio-respiratory strain by 7%. The underfoot pivot point also allows the toe traction teeth to bite deeply into the snow when weighted while a rotation limiter prevents over-rotation and shin bang. The Flex also has an ergonomically and bio-mechanically designed Flex Tail that absorbs shock from heel strike, reduces the amount of stress on your joints, and allows you to snowshoe farther and longer and with less stress on your body. 

  • Torsion Deck design
  • Rotating Toe Cord - Rotation Limiter
  • QuickPull binding system
  • Traction Rails (carbon steel toe crampon)
  • Flex Tail technology
  • 16° ActiveLift heel

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5 5

Fantastic bang for the buck

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These snowshoes are fantastic snowshoes for the price. Whenever I have friends who ask me which snowshoes I recommend, I always point them toward these. These are a fantastic value. Tubbs are my favorite snowshoes for packed trails. For heavy, deep powder there are better options, but for trails that have been traveled before, nothing beats flexible Tubbs.

I also have a pair of the Tubbs Flex Alps (the highest end moedel), and the bindings on these Flex Treks are far superior to the alps, and even the boa cable systems on the "better" models.

The one thing you lose on these is that the teeth on the bottom aren't as aggressive as those found on the higher end models. That will only come into play if you're hiking on ice 99% of the time.

For the momey, you can't beat these snowshoes. I wish my better tubbs had these same bindings because these bindings rock.

They've got it all, fantastic grip, great binding system, heel risers, and a wonderful flexy feel that keeps you walking naturally. If they made this model with the bottom teeth of the alps, it would be the perfect snowshoe.

Unanswered Question

Will these snowshoes fit with snowboard...

Will these snowshoes fit with snowboard boots? Also will the provide enough float in a couple feet of fresh snow? I'm mid range weight for this size snowshoe... Thanks