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Hiking doesn't stop for winter.

Grab the Tubbs Women's Frontier Snowshoe and head outside for a hike. Tubbs' Fit Step frame is slightly upturned at the tail, which reduces musculoskeletal impact while you cruise the winter wonderland. The Quick-Step binding makes it easy to slide into and adjust your snowshoes, and it centers your boots for directional stability and safety.

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2 5

frustrating heel issue!!!!!

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought these snow shoes to replace the ones I had for 10 years. Loved the snowshoe and the ease of the foot binding. The heel strap is another story. The design does not allow you to tighten and have it stay put. The strap would come loose and slide down my boot. I am returning them today just for that reason. I did notice that on the Wilderness and Journey Shoes they have a different heel binding. Might try one of those. If Tubbs were to fix this issue I would would buy The frontier again.

4 5

Solid Start to Snowshoeing

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift

Feels like a trapper trekking over the snow in the woman's Frontier Tubbs snowshoes. They work well on the flats and hills, allowing for a little snow to pass through the frame so sinking isn't an issue. Super easy to strap on, but did have some problems with the back strap sliding off. Fixed that by pointing the toes of hiking boots down into front and using gravity to help buckle the back straps as tight as possible.

How do you decide whether to order 21" or...

How do you decide whether to order 21" or 25"since my weight would fit either one?

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When your weight fits both sizes, I would suggest looking at your terrain. If you usually go in deep powder, size up to have more flotation. If you are usually on packed trails, I'd size down so you can have more maneuverability. Hope that helps!

Tubbs Wm's Frontier Snowshoe

An incredible value for trail blazers and families alike, the Frontier now features the new 180 EZ binding for ultimate ease-of-use and comfort. The Frontier's lightweight and gender-specific design gives you the most efficient stride for packed trails while the Recreational crampon system gives you the bit you need for gentle, rolling terrain.