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The Tubbs Women's Journey Snowshoe is built to get you moving through winter landscapes with ease. Fully equipped with all the features needed for a walk in the woods, the Journey features a Women-specific design available in two different sizes to accommodate different user weights. Tubbs has been an industry leader in snowshoe design for over a century, and that expertise can be found in the design of these quality-driven snowshoes. 

The Fit-Step aluminum frame and the shape of the snowshoe are designed to reduce impact on your muscles and bones. The Rotating Toe Cord Design allows the tail of the snowshoes to quickly shed accumulated snow, so you don't have to carry extra weight as you hike. The Journey also boasts Tubbs' new 180Tour binding which uses a micro webbing closure for quick adjustments on the trail. The tried and true Control Wings securely hold your boot, and the Talon steel crampon offers maximum traction in icy terrain and engages quickly thanks to a design implemented to work with the Fit-Step frame. The bottom line with these snowshoes is they'll get you anywhere you need to go whether you're exploring the Adirondacks or exploring the winter landscapes of Yellowstone.

  • Women-specific design
  • Fit-Step aluminum frame
  • Talon carbon steel crampons
  • 180Tour binding with Control Wings
  • SoftTec decking
  • Heel lift
  • Rotating Toe Cord Rotation Limiter
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Christmas Gift

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I bought these as a gift for my sister-in-law that lives in Maine based on pairs of Tubbs I've owned in the past. He'll use these recreationally and they seemed like a great compromise between performance, versatility, and price.

Didn't work with size 7 shoes

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

We got the 21 inch version and had problems with the buckles catching on the deck every step. The deck plastic ended up cracking. The 25 inch version doesn't have this problem as there is more clearance between the binding buckle and the deck.

My first snowshoes (aww!)

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Bought these for doing some mellower winter hikes. Also am hoping to strap these on, grab my snowboard, and hike into some untouched areas around the ski resorts I live near. Because of both of these uses, I was worried that the 25" Tubbs Journeys wouldn't accommodate my hiking boots (size 8) AND my snowboard boots (size 7), but they do! I love how adjustable they are, and they really can accommodate a range of footwear. They have taken me on several hikes so far, including one backpacking trip with 30+ pounds strapped to my back. Though the snow wasn't very deep (2-3 inches at most, but mostly hard-pack), the 25" Journeys comfortably accommodated me (5'5", 145 pounds) and my 30+ pound backpack. I never felt awkward or like I was struggling to dig them out of the snow-- they worked perfectly.

I've used some MSR snowshoes before, and while I enjoy their durability, I really prefer the Journeys. Though they were 3" longer than the MSR's I borrowed, they felt more nimble, less bulky, and more ergonomic-- I could step sideways, or a little off-axis on uneven terrain, and they were very, very forgiving and accommodating.

I should add that this is the first pair of snowshoes I've owned, and I don't plan on jogging/ running in them, nor taking them in crazy-deep snow consistently. So for an everyday hiking snowshoe (and even a snowshoe on an overnight backpacking trip!), they are perfect!

The 4 star rating is only because I haven't actually tested these out in deep snow, or in terribly steep conditions. I can't assess their use in those conditions yet.

My first snowshoes (aww!)

luv these snowshoes!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This was my first experience snowshoeing and these snowshoes were awesome. The back clips are a little bit of a challenge to get undone, but mostly because I had no strength left after taking a good trek. Tightening and keeping them on was no problem at all.


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

These snow shoes totally rock. Im 5'4" 125lbs and I went with the 25in for the deep powder my husband and i get into. The 25in is a little long and clunky for your average snowy trail hike but when you are standing on 5ft+ of powder you just float. The crampons on the bottom work really well when hiking down an icy hill. The only issue I've been having is the back strap kept slipping off my heel in my sorel boots. However that was easily fixed with my La Sportiva Nepal EVO GTX Mountaineering Boot. They fit great into the snowshoe and don't slip off any more (because they have a rear welt)