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- Fit-Step frame features an innovative upturned tail that reduces impact on hip, knee and ankles by ten percent
- Rotating Toe Cord enables the tail of the snowshoe to drop in order to shed snow and make every step easier
- ActiveLift 16-degree heel lift makes moderate ascents easier by lifting your heel to reduce calf fatigue and Achilles strain
- Carbon-steel Talon toe crampon provides constant contact in variable and icy conditions
- Easy-to-use 180Tour binding provides a stable base for active trekking, and features Tubbs' Control Wings for a comfortable and secure fit
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I love these snowshoes. I use them a lot during the winter when hunting cottontail rabbits. They keep me on top of the snow, both powder and packed. I go busting through brush with them and havent had any problems with the bindings breaking or any other part. They take me up and down steep terrain easily. The heel lift is a must.
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- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I'm a new snowshoer, and bought these to help me get into the backcountry for early spring fishing. I have hiked about 6 miles in them so far and have no complaints. They're easy to get in and out of, and they don't flip snow up (which seems to be a common complaint about other snowshoes). The flip up heel supports made climbing hills much more comfortable.
I don't have this specific shoe, but wanted to give some praise to Tubbs for customer service. I've got a 2004 model Altitude series shoe, and the binding broke and needed replacement. That specific binding was no longer available (not surprising), but they said a newer model binding would be able to be retrofit onto the shoe. They sent me the bindings for FREE!!! This was completely unexpected for something so old, and I would have happily paid for them. This is just awesome customer service to stand behind your product like this...and I'll definitely be buying Tubbs for my wife, as well as recommending to others.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Well, what can I say, the Tubbs Journey Snowshoes are as easy to put on as the video says. I have not had any problems with that. They are easy to walk and hike in, and they do not kick up much snow at all. I used them hiking in lower Michigan in the dunes with fresh snow almost every day - they worked great! I am 6'3" about 200lbs, I have the 30" snowshoes.
Tubbs Journey Snowshoe
Tubbs Journey Snowshoe
True to its namesake, the Journey is the ultimate tool for long winter excursions. Equipped to explore a wide variety of terrain, the Journey is value-packed, comfortable, and easy-to-use. With the intuitive one-buckle design of the all-new 180 Tour binding and the ActiveLift 16 degree heel lift, you won't believe all the features at such a great price.