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Go off the grid.
Your legs work hard running year-round, so when snow blankets road shoulders and makes your favorite trails disappear, take a break and reach for the Tubbs Men's Panoramic Snowshoe. This hiking-minded snowshoe eagerly heads off the trail onto steeps and flats alike, with a thoughtful design meant to maximize the time you can spend exploring.
Loyal Tubbs users will recognize the brand's biomechanically sound Fit-Frame design on the Panoramic, which uses lightweight aluminum rails and a slightly upturned tail to provide a stable platform while reducing stress on ankle, knee, and hip joints as you trek. Set your sights on steeper terrain and know the carbon steel Cobra crampon will hang on when you need it to, while the 16-degree heel riser prevents achy Achilles and cramped calves from interrupting your day. The DynamicFit binding allows for precise, quick adjustments using its single Boa dial, and it surrounds your foot with a thin layer of EVA foam to make sure hot spots and blisters aren't a part of your day. Each time you step, the Revolution Response design allows the shoe to rotate to shed snow, keeping your foot in a natural position and giving you full access to your crampon for traction.
- Venture off-trail in this capable hiking snowshoe
- Lightweight aluminum frame limits impact on your joints
- Boa dial allows for quick, precise binding adjustments
- Carbon steel crampon hangs onto questionable surfaces
- SoftTec decking floats through deep, fluffy powder
- Rotating design sheds snow and increases traction
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- Q & A
30" Of snow love
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
So, picked these up about a month ago to start with more snow trekking and ski mountaineering. After further review of different shoes and price comparisons I felt this would be the best route to go. Thankfully for the BOA bindings and extended support straps I can fit a huge pair of regular snow boots in them and even my ski boots (Technic 295s). If you're teetering and need a new pair of snowshoes, I highly recommend.
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
I picked these up for a gift for a buddy and he's thoroughly impressed with the quality on these. The boa binding system is bomber and very quick to adjust. They also do accommodate large boots since he's got size 14 feet.
What suggested user weight goes with each size snowshoe?