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Tubbs Xpedition Snowshoe - Men's

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    You know no bounds.

    Your boundless backcountry strolls require some serious footwear like the Tubbs Men's Xpedition Showshoe. Its Pro-Step frame is long and low enough for improved flotation over fluffy powder, and it bends continuously to reduce impact on your joints so you can walk farther and for a longer time. The R2 Revolution Response pivot system also reduces the impact by absorbing shocks with its lateral flex, and the quick side slope response maintains a natural foot position for long-lasting comfort. If you travel frequently or just have limited car space, the lower height nose helps you pack this snowshoe up without sacrificing as much space that you would with conventional snowshoes.

    While the Grappler heel cleat's serrated tooth design offers weighted traction under your heel, the Cobra toe crampon gives constant contact regardless of the snowy terrain, and its jagged tooth construction improves grip over hardpack and ice for both uphill and downhill endeavors. The Xpedition also features a ReAct binding system that's easy to use, gender specific, comfortable, secure, and stable. The SoftTec Decking provides durable flotation that leaves the snowshoe surprisingly lightweight. And the ActiveLift 19-degree heel lift reduces calf fatigue and Achilles tendon strain on the extreme steeps out there in the beautiful backcountry.

    • Pro-Step frame, long and low rise, low height
    • R2 Revolution Response pivot system
    • Cobra toe crampon
    • Grappler heel cleat
    • ReAct binding
    • SoftTec Decking
    • ActiveLift 19° heel lift
    • Item #TUB0101

    Tech Specs

    Frame Material
    Pro-Step (aluminum)
    Binding System
    ReAct
    Crampon Material
    [toe] carbon steel
    Deck Material
    Soft Tec
    Snowshoe Weight
    [25, pair] 4 lb 8 oz, [30, pair] 5 lb, [36, pair] 6 lb 3 oz
    Dimensions
    [25] 8 x 25 in, [30] 9 x 30 in, [36] 10 x 36 in
    Recommended User Weight
    [25] 120 - 200 lb, [30] 170 - 250 lb, [36] 220 - 300 lb
    Recommended Use
    backcountry snowshoeing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Best bindings available today

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These are great snowshoes. They float well, have mean teeth underneath, and are light/ergonomically designed enough for me to run at a pretty good clip through a foot plus of powder. The heel bar is a life saver on the steeps, and honestly how many flat-landers are buying expedition snowshoes?



    The coup de gras though - the bindings. In this department, Tubbs is the best there is. Maybe it doesn't matter for you, but here in CO our snowpack sucks and it varies each step you take. With these it takes me about 5 seconds to get them on or off, no matter about gloves, mittens, snow, etc.



    The tubes aren't quite as durable as straight bar (like an MSR) but unless you plan to smash em on glacier ice or rocks these will do just as well, and are much more user friendly.



    Picture is of them strapped on my pack, figured it would be more useful than snapping one of my feet...

    Best bindings available today

    It's steeper than it looks . . .

    . . . and they go up no problem. Even in fresh powder.

    It's steeper than it looks . . .

    These are some burly beasts.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Bought these earlier this winter. Have used them a ton and they can go thru anything. The way the binding floats allows for comfort on and off the trail. Makes uneven surfaces under your feet such as sticks and rocks feel stable. No wobble at all. Very quiet movement. They are defiantly an all-terrain beast but probably more than someone needs if they stay on the trail.

    The heel lift works great when in steep climbs and really cuts down on the fatigue.

    The bindings are very easy to attach and detach. Not as easy as my girlfriends 180 Pro Bindings on her Tubbs but nothing that takes more than a second to attach.