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- Rotating toe cord system allows the snowshoe tail to drop and shed snow with each step, thereby reducing the amount of energy you expend over time
- QuickFit binding system goes on over your boot in just seconds and adjusts with a simple cord and a heel strap
- Carbon and steel composite crampons are ideal for providing traction on flat and rolling terrain
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I am looking for a pair of snow shoes for...
I am looking for a pair of snow shoes for a 350 lb man who want to carry a pair on his snowmobile in case he gets broke down and needs to walk out. What type of snow shoes do I need?
Maxine, take a look at the Tubbs Mountaineer series. They are extra large and will handle up to 300 pounds which should work fine for the application you are describing.
Tubbs Xplore Snowshoes
The best way to start snowshoeing! Tubbs' Xplore series is the lightweight, easy-to-use answer for the value-conscious adventurer wanting to try or experience the great sport of snowshoeing. The dependable Quick Fit™ binding is easier to use this year and wraps a wide variety of winter boot styles and sizes for men and women. Carbon steel toe and heel crampons keep you feeling secure on your journey, and the biomechanically-designed Fit-Step™ frame will keep you moving forward in comfort and confidence