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Tubbs Flex VRT Snowshoe - Women's

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Your feet will thank you.

Tubbs designed the Women's Flex VRT Snowshoe to take a lot of stress off your foot so you can enjoy the backcountry better. Its FlexTail bends the back at each step-down in order to promote a natural heel-to-toe strike. The Rotation Toe Cord drops the tail down to shed snow as well as reducing cardiorespiratory strain, and the Rotation Limited protects your shin when the tail drops. A Boa closure distributes even pressure across your foot, while the DynamicFit cover ensures a women-specific fit.

The Flex VRT's performance on snow is as excellent as its performance on your foot. Its Torsion Deck flexes in order to accommodate variable terrain with all sorts of snow. The carbon steel Viper 2.0 crampon works with the 3D curved Traction Rails to ensure rugged traction on steep hills and icy hardpack. Tubbs added a Snow Brake for extra traction on the way back.

  • Torsion Deck
  • Flex Tail
  • DynamicFit Boa binding
  • Viper 2.0 crampon
  • Traction rails
  • Rotation Toe Cord Rotation Limiter
  • Item #TUB000A

Tech Specs

Deck Material
Torsion Deck
Crampon Material
Viper 2.0
8 x 22 in
Surface Area
151 sq in
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime
DynamicFit, Boa
Heel Risers
Recommended Use
Claimed Weight
4 lb
Side Rails
yes, Traction Rails

Tech Specs

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Great for flat terrain

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

After purchasing these for my girlfriend and using them on all sorts of flat terrain they performed flawlessly. When she was using them for the crampon portion to climb some steep hills the lock for the cables sheared internally and left her without a functional snowshoe. We had to duck tape the shoe to her boot to continue on which made it very uncomfortable to use. I would say if you're a weekend day tripper and plan on keeping yourself to easy trails and light backcountry these are for you. If you plan on taking steep trails and exploring into the unknown I would recommend some shoes with a stronger binding.

Worth Every Penny!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought the VRT's at the beginning of the winter season and could not be happier with them! First off, the Boa system is way more simple than the strap systems of other snowshoes. Simply slide your foot into the boot, crank the Boa and your ready to go. This system also fits well with a range of shoes. I've worn snowboard boots, tennis shoes, hiking boots and snow boots with them and all have fit very comfortably. They are also fairly light weight and once I have them on my feet, I rarely notice that I'm wearing them. They also strap on to a pack pretty easily whether traveling or riding downhill.

The heel lifts are a life saver when hiking up a steep terrain. I found that the lifts were sometimes difficult to put back down but nevertheless they were manageable. The crampons worked fantastic when hiking along icy terrain, with zero slippage and make the trek fairly simple. The VRT's have been great for the easiest and more difficult terrain levels. I highly recommend spending the extra money to get these versatile snowshoes.