About Tubbs Flex NRG Snowshoes - 22 (For Women)
Closeouts. Tubbs' Flex NRG snowshoes offer all-day comfort on packed and variable snow thanks to the FLEX tail design, flexible Torsion Deck and the Soft Strike Zone that absorbs shock just like the midsole in your running shoes.
Specs about Tubbs Flex NRG Snowshoes - 22 (For Women)
- Weight capacity: Up to 165 lb.
- Frame material: Composite
- Decking material: Composite
- Crampon material: Carbon steel
- Weight: 3 lb. 12 oz.
- Dimensions: 22 x 8"
- Gender: Women
- Recommended use: Flat terrain,Rolling terrain
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Northeast from Northeast on Sunday, January 25, 2015Bought these for my teenager, but end up using them myself all the time: they are so much lighter and less clumsy than the traditional metal frame snow shoes, it is hard to believe that you have any on at all! Despite the small size they work very well in deep powder and on the mountain. And I cannot say enough about the absolutely brilliant front strap: finally a snowshoe that you can close and open with your gloves on and literally with two fingers! No more metal frame for me! Highly recommend these!
Reviewed by Campgirl64 from Utah on Wednesday, January 14, 2015Bought these for Christmas and absolutely love. Very easy to get on and off once fitted to your boot. So easy to walk/run in. Very compact, the design makes it that you are not stepping all over your self and can walk naturally. Floatation is adequate. Took them out in 18 inches of powder and they did great breaking the trail. May not be ideal for really deep snow. I compared to my Daughters MRS with floatation wing on them and actually preferred the Tubbs (stepped all over myself in hers, the MRS are a pain to get on and off and did not notice much difference in the floatation). Only concern is how well these will hold up... and the plastic attachment to hold the extra on the heal strap does not want to stay in place, doesn't effect anything other then extra strap just flaps around... I do not know if it makes a difference, but I am 5'2", weigh 130 lbs and wear a size 7 shoe. These really are the best snow shoes I have had.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Carlos is climbing from Virginia on Saturday, January 3, 2015my wife said the are lightweight, easy to put on and comfortable to wald even on steep snowy forest trails
Verified Buyer Reviewed by ERB from Santa Fe, NM on Thursday, January 1, 2015Easy on and off. Great on and off the trail due to the teeth around the edges. One feature it is missing is a heel lift - makes it easier going up hill.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Utahgurl from Utah on Friday, December 26, 2014I bought a pair of these a couple years back and used them frequently hiking in the Wasatch Mtns of Utah. Great for steep inclines. They have great traction and don't tire you out like traditional snowshoes. Great buy at STP--paid a fraction of what I paid for the first pair.
Answer These state that this length is a one size fits all weights. I would not recommend over 180 lbs though as they will sink.
Answer You can use waterproof hiking boots or snow boots as the bindings adjust.