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Flex RDG Snowshoe
Some days there's nothing that makes you happier than strolling peacefully through sleepy snow-covered woods, and other times you're looking to challenge yourself to the toughest trails you can find. Grab a snowshoe that can take on anything you can with the Tubbs Flex RDG Snowshoe. With a comfortable binding and support over variable terrain, this will be your go to for any on-trail hikes you take on this winter.
Tubbs' innovative CustomWrap binding allows for easier-than-ever adjustment and support. It's the first of its kind to feature a Boa adjustment system that fully integrates and adjusts the heel strap, letting you customize the fit around your whole boot with the simple twist of a dial. The Flex Tail and Torsion Deck give you flexible yet stabilizing support over uneven terrain and changing snow conditions, resulting in less tension and discomfort on your joints over long miles. When you find yourself facing steep inclines and technical terrain, you've got a sixteen degree heel lift to help reduce strain on calves and Achilles tendons, and carbon steel crampons with traction rails to give you tough and dependable traction on vertical slopes and side-hill traverses.
- A day-hiking snowshoe that's ready for tough trails
- CustomWrap binding gives you easy Boa closure for the whole foot
- Flexible deck and tail offer comfortable support on uneven terrain
- Carbon steel crampon gives you dependable grip on any trail
- Traction rails ensure side-hill grip in hard and icy conditions
- Heel lift helps ease the tension on your lower leg on steep slopes
- Rotating toe cord allows the tail to drop in order to shed snow
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- Q & A
Pretty Solid Snowshoe!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
If you are looking for a fairly inexpensive and solid casual snowshoe this is a great option! My use case was kind of unique for this snowshoe but I used this for early season snowboard touring. This was a fair compromise to a splitboard in my case as we had some early snow in October and a local resort had groomed a run underneath one of their lifts that allowed for those who want to earn their turns to head up and get an early start to their season. These worked out pretty good as they were large enough to fit my snowboard boots so I popped these on and my board on my backpack and headed up. They are very light so they were easy to move and the heel riser helped with the incline but since it is pretty thin and the sole of my boot being pretty soft it was not the most comfortable to hike up on. If you have a harder sole boot then this would not be an issue. The Boa system made it a breeze to get on and off and they were light enough to not cause any issues when they were strapped to my backpack on the way down. These are not going to be the best or most durable snowshoes but for the price and for a casual snowshoer I would recommend them for ease of use!