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Tubbs Storm Snowshoes Blue/Red - Kids, Youth

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Specs

Frame Material: Aluminum
Binding Material: Plastic
Crampon Material: [toe] aluminum, [heel] steel
Deck Material: PVC-free composite
Binding System: QuickLock (one strap)
Snowboard Boot Compatible: Yes
User Weight: under 100 lb
Snowshoe Weight: [pair] 907 g
Recommended Use: Groomed Trails, Backcountry Tours, Winter Trecking
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Tubbs Storm Snowshoes Blue/Red - Kids, Youth

The Tubbs Storm Snowshoes were built with one thing in mind: Amazing performance and consistency. Well, it''s safe to say that both of these fronts were delivered on and then some, making yet another great entry in the Tubbs lineup. Featuring the 6000 Series Western Frame, these shoes are perfect for deep powder and keep their owners floating and stable no matter how bad it gets. The QuickLock binding mechanism also makes removal a breeze, completing the Storm as the perfect youth item.

Key Features of the Tubbs Storm Snowshoes:
  • Western Frame: The ultra-durable 6000 series Western tail design optimizes flotation and stability in powder snow conditions.
  • Fixed Toe Cord: The Fixed Toe Cord pivot system is efficient for flat and rolling terrain with packed snow conditions, and it keeps the snowshoe close to the foot for maximum responsiveness.
  • QuickLock: The simple tightening and locking buckle on the QuickLock binding makes getting kids in and out of Snowshoes: Carbon steel toe and heel crampons feature front and rear braking teeth for a secure grip uphill, downhill and side hill in packed snow conditions.
  • Recommended weight: 40-90 lbs.
  • Recommended shoe size: Jr. 11 - Men''s 6

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