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The Tubbs Wilderness Series Snowshoes—like water wings for powder hounds.

Hit the trail or trek through the backcountry in your Tubbs Men's Wilderness Series Snowshoes, outfitted with the 180 Binding System for convenience, comfort, and control. Tubbs designed the Wilderness snowshoes for easy entry, so you can get started on your adventure without delay. The 180 binding fits snugly around the front of your foot and heel for a secure stride, while compact stainless-steel teeth on the ball of your feet grip ice and hard snow. Heel crampons help when you descend or traverse on sloped terrain, and the lightweight, aluminum frame swings separately from the binding to release snow build up with every step. The Wilderness' strong ArcTec Plus decking is puncture- and abrasion-resistant, provides stable float in all types of snow, and remains flexible down to -40 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Tubbs Wilderness Snowshoes

These snowshoes are awesome! Got a pair about Jan. 1st
and have over 125 miles on them with no problems.
Once you set the heal strap for your boot it only takes 10 seconds to put them on. The bindings are the best I've ever

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Awesome snowshoes! Fit great with my regular hiking boots and my snowboarding boots. Can trudge through soft powder with no problem. Great for back country snowboarding and hiking.

I have seen a review that said, the one...

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I have seen a review that said, the one buckle snap fastener on the Wilderness binding can come undone very easily, resulting, in this instance, in a fall.

Has anyone else had this problem?

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I'm afraid I don't have outdoor experience with this binding (I've played with it in stores) so I can't really argue for or against it, but I might suggest looking at the Mountaineer series shoe. It is 30 bucks more, but I think it's the best damn binding available on the market. Simple and snug; no buckles to potentially fail. The $30 also gets you a bushel full of extra traction. I am curious though; if someone else would like to weigh in on their experience with THIS shoe I would love to hear it.

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the wilderness has the same binding on it as the Flex NRG (which I own), I have had zero problems with the binding coming undone. I have used them rather aggressively in deep powder and packed trails

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I have used these 2 to 3 times a week since early Dec. and have had no problems at all.Hard pack,powder,and in deep snow.hope this helps

Hey there. I am an currently living in...

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Hey there. I am an currently living in the mountains of Vermont, and am an avid snowboarder. I have just recently, in the past few seasons, been exploring what the green mountains really have to offer, and have been venturing into the backcountry off many of the mountains. It's time that i got some snow shoes, but i need ones that will be able to fit snowboard boots into the binding. There is usually pretty deep snow, and sometimes steep and challenging terrain. just curious if anyone has any suggestions for a new pair of snowshoes. could these specific ones do the trick?

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Yes, the Wilderness shoes work great with most snowboard boots.

How does the Wilderness series differ from...

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How does the Wilderness series differ from other Tubbs models? Also, I've been looking at the MSR Denali Evo Ascent models. Which should I go with?

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The "Wilderness Series" snowshoes are considered for day hiking. They have a different frame, binding, & deck than the back country or trail snowshoes. The flotation is supposedly best with the back country series & the crampons are all different. It basically comes down to what your purpose is in the back country to make your selection.