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Flex VRT Snowshoe
Head to higher heights and elusive summits in the Tubbs Flex VRT Snowshoe. Designed for backcountry snowshoers seeking to take on tough terrain, this snowshoe has everything you need to take on your next snowy adventure with dependable performance and comfort. It starts with a DynamicFit binding, which uses cushioned EVA foam and a Boa closure system to evenly distribute pressure around the foot for a secure and comfortable fit. The Flex Tail design has plenty of give, which allows your foot to roll naturally from heel to toe to reduce stress on joints and keep you moving on the trail.
When you start to climb into some serious terrain, you've got lots of support for your trek. The flexible Torsion Deck adapts to variable snow conditions underfoot to keep you supported on uneven surfaces, while the carbon steel crampons and traction rails offer superior grip for winding ascents and side-hill traverses. For steep inclines you've got a 19 degree heel lift to take the stress off of your calf and Achilles tendon, so you can power through to the peak with nothing holding you back.
- A backcountry snowshoe designed to make your next ascent easier
- DynamicFit binding features cushioning and Boa closure for comfort
- Crampon and side rails offer traction on steep climbs and traverses
- Flexible tail allows for a natural foot fall to relieve joint stress
- Heel lift reduces calf and Achilles strain on steep inclines
- Torsion deck handles variable snow conditions with support and flex
- Item #TUB001I
- Frame Material
- Flex Deck
- Deck Material
- Flex Tail, Torsion Deck
- Crampon Material
- Viper 2.0 (carbon steel)
- (size 24) 8 x 24in, (size 28) 8 x 28in
- Surface Area
- (size 24) 165sq in, (size 28) 192sq in
- Heel Risers
- Active Lift 19ÃÂº
- Side Rails
- Traction Rails
- Recommended User Weight
- (size 24) up 10 190lb, (size 28) up to 220lb
- Claimed Weight
- (size 24, pair) 4.5lb, (size 28, pair) 5lb
- Recommended Use
- backcountry snowshoeing, snowshoe hiking
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited lifetime
What do you think about this product?
December 3, 2018
Worth the money
There are snowshoes available which are a fraction of the cost of these model Tubbs. Personally I was so glad to have spent the money primarily because I had my snow shoes off and on in a matter of minutes while everyone else was struggling for 20 minutes with the bindings on their snowshoes. This was most especially important when it was so cold you werenât able to have your hands outside your gloves for more than 60 seconds at a time. And these snowshoes have The steel points around the entire perimeter of the snow shoe and that makes for a much more aggressive and reliable tool which provides so much confidence. What I will say though is to be cautious not to get a size too lengthy. Specifically, for me, during hikes in the Catskill Mountains of New York where the trails are twisting and turning with every footfall I was constantly tripping over the back edge of the snowshoe because I had purchased a model which was simply longer than usable for the train I was on. Yes I Purchased the length because of my weight and the weight of the pack I was carrying however I believe I could have gotten away with a few inches shorter and not have the problems with getting the snowshoes caught on themselves then tripping quite frequently which is frustrating and tiring. Otherwise, if you have the money, purchase this product and youâll have no regrets.
September 27, 2018
Snow shoe, more like,, snow GLOVE
- I've used it several times
Fits like a glove!! love wearing these to trek up into fresh snowy territory, whether it's a casual hike or boot packing with the ski's, these snowshoes are light, fit great, rarely get caught stumbling on my own heels. Incredibly simple design - boa system keeps everything on tight, and takes less than 5 seconds to take on or off. Lastly - the crampons are fantastic, never lost traction in my steps. Speaking of steps taken, due to the light weight of these, you can go for days without any sort of foot fatigue. I'd recommend these to ANYbody wanting to get into snowshoeing.