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Tubbs Wilderness Snowshoe - Men's

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    The Tubbs Wilderness Series Snowshoes—like water wings for powder hounds.

    Hit the trail or trek through the backcountry in your Tubbs Men's Wilderness Series Snowshoes, outfitted with the 180 Pro Binding System for convenience, comfort, and control. Tubbs designed the Wilderness snowshoes for easy entry, so you can get started on your adventure without delay.
    • Tubbs' Fit-Step frame technology results in a 10% reduction in impact to your body over other snowshoe frames, meaning less fatigue
    • The 180 Pro binding fits snugly around the front of your foot and heel for a secure stride
    • Compact carbon steel teeth on the ball of your feet grip ice and hard snow
    • Heel crampons help when you descend or traverse on sloped terrain
    • Lightweight, 6000-series aluminum frame swings separately from the binding to release snow build up with every step
    • The Wilderness' SoftTec decking provides durable, lightweight flotation with a smooth, soft texture
    • Item #TUB0080

    Tech Specs

    Manufacturer Warranty
    Deck Material
    SoftTec composite
    Crampon Material
    carbon steel
    Frame Material
    6000 aluminum

    Tech Specs

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    Fantastic on all terrains and snow type!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I got these to replace my Aussie made "Yowie" brand snow shoes (I live in Australia) and can only say "wow". The difference these shoes made to my speed, comfort and ability in the snow was huge. I've been on three outings with them on so far in fairly flat terrain and fresh snow to deep un-groomed trails, rocky paths with only 10-20cm snow and some fairly steep terrain with wind blasted and hard icy sections. I've felt confident on all of it and at the end of the day have not experienced any of the muscle soreness I've previously encountered when snow shoeing. I ordered the 36" version as I am heavy and carry a heavy pack on my snow camping overnights and these shoes floated me brilliantly all day long and I never had them cross over or cause me to stumble. The build quality seems strong and I can see these lasting for years. I'm sold on Tubbs snowshoes.

    Got these for my husband

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I got these for my husband and here is what he had to say "This snow shoe is great. the bindings are highly adjustable and will fit any boot! The straps tighten down securely and dont move much on your boot. I am 5’9” and wear a size 8 boot and have the 30” snowshoes they fit my boot but are a little big when walking threw narrow trail but preform great in fresh powder"

    Great Company!

      I don't have this specific shoe, but wanted to give some praise to Tubbs for customer service. I've got a 2004 model Altitude series shoe, and the binding broke and needed replacement. That specific binding was no longer available (not surprising), but they said a newer model binding would be able to be retrofit onto the shoe. They sent me the bindings for FREE!!! This was completely unexpected for something so old, and I would have happily paid for them. This is just awesome customer service to stand behind your product like this...and I'll definitely be buying Tubbs for my wife, as well as recommending to others.

      Great all rounders

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      These are great all conditions snow shoes. Heel risers work great for the steeper terrain and the bindings are fantastic: super easy in and out with just a single clip buckle. Good traction on the icier stuff and good float for the softer stuff.

      Comfort and Control

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      If you are looking for a lightweight, durable and comfortable snowshoe, these are them! The bindings are easy to get in and out of. The crampons are made from carbon steel which offers premium durability that grip ice and hard snow.

      Great snowshoes

        These snowshoes are great all around snowshoes. the heel raiser works great when climbing steeper slopes. They don't seem to slip at all. The 180 degree pro binding works great. You can get in and out of the bindings very fast. One buckle and your in. When you get the bindings fit to your boots you don't have to adjust anything just slip your foot in and you walking. Great snowshoe for not a big dent in your wallet.

        what would be the best snow show for park city, utah. I want to be able to use it in all terrain. New to snowshoeing but athletic. grip is important to me and would like a snow shoe I could use on areas with powder but also "run" with on more packed terrain. Also, can I use my ski polls for snow snowshoeing? I was looking at the Tubbs Flex (leaning to the trek model versus the alp), Tubbs Expedition, and MSR lightning. I am wondering if utah has too much powder for Tubbs Flex... I don't plan on carrying weight or camping.... day exploring/exercise all over the terrain. Is there a lesser priced shoe that would work for my needs? Grip and side stepping feel important (I am 5'8, 125 without snow gear and 31yrs old) --- I could be in powder, on an icy hill, or semi packed hill or groomed areas all in the same day.
        Thank you. (I like the mobility the lighting showed when a guy "ran" in it- could the Tubbs do the same? Is one brand better than another?

        I purchased the Tubbs Wilderness for my wife and I. We walked up and down hill in fresh powder without difficulty. My wife ran some in hers with great success. We are very happy with this shoe.

        Hi, I'm looking at getting these for my son. He's 230 lbs. So I'm not sure whether to go with the 30 or 36 inch size. We're looking to do trails of various skill levels in Wisconsin, including some ice on lakes. Thanks!

        How do you size snow shoes? I wear an US 8.5 size boot. Thanks!

        Best Answer


        The best way to size snowshoes is based on your weight as that'll impact the float of the snowshoe.

        What is your weight?

        Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!

        Jared D.

        Expert Gearhead