Page Type Gear Review
Object Title ADVENTURE - 25
Manufacturer Tubbs
Page By grandwazoo
Page Type Dec 13, 2003 / Dec 13, 2003
Object ID 925
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Walk lightly on the snow in a snowshoe designed with maneuverability in mind. Simple ControlWing® adjustable strap binding centers heel for maximum control, efficient strides, and increased comfort. Fits a wide variety of boots. Toe and heel crampons provide traction when you need it, especially important when carrying a backpack or other load. Aluminum frame. Weight capacity 120-200 lb. Arc Tec/Tri Tec® deck. 3 lb. 10 oz. pr.

Binding: TD91 Control Wing Binding - Keeps heel aligned and centered for directional control. Proven, patented design secures a wide range of boot styles and sizes to men's size 13

Frame: Lightweight 600 Series Aluminum Frame - Broad round tail optimizes stability and balance.

Decking: ArcTec / Dura Tec Decking - Waterproof, maintenance free, and durable

Crampon: New Improved Recreational Crampon System - Located under the ball of the foot and heel for secure traction throughout the entire stride.


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grandwazoo - Dec 13, 2003 2:56 pm - Voted 4/5

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For a basic snowshoe these have worked perfect. They float fine on more consolidated snow but have a problem with fresh Utah powder.
They are a little pricey but do come with a lifetime warranty.
I have had problems trying to adjust the straps in the lower temperatures. The plastic quick snaps can also become stuffed with snow and make it hard to pick the snow out of the female end.

Tajji - May 11, 2005 7:16 pm - Voted 4/5

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These ARE some great basic shoes. The crampons grip well on steep slopes as well as side hills. The buckles haven't been a problem, but the straps are a bit long and the rubber loops that pin down the excess don't seem to hold very well. I just cut and melted the straps and now they're great. If you do this however, remember to make cuts while the straps are loose so the strap doesn't pull through the buckle when you take them off.

Brian C - Dec 14, 2010 8:45 pm - Voted 4/5

Have used these in deep powder and over some pretty rugged terrain. They excel on the flats but it is a struggle once things spice up. Overall great basic shoe though.

Josh Lewis - Feb 6, 2012 9:39 pm - Voted 2/5

Never Again!
I hope never again to have to use these tubb snowshoes. They are certainly better than nothing, but much less quality than a MSR pair. The straps not only fall off many times unless pulled on very tight and the freeze over making you have to take off your gloves and melt the straps in the cold winds making my hands go numb and feeling a bit frustrated. The crampons on them are alright but not as good as msr. They work for hikers, but not recommended for climbers!

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