Tubbs Men's Flex RDG Snowshoe - Moosejaw
Tubbs Men's Flex RDG Snowshoe
Black / Green

Tubbs Men's Flex RDG Snowshoe

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Product Description Item No.   10259129

FEATURES of the Tubbs Men's Flex RDG Snowshoe

  • The Rotating Toe Cord design enables the tail of the snowshoe to drop, shedding snow and reducing cardio-respiratory strain by 7% while a Rotation Limiter prevents over-rotation
  • Designed to make steep ascents easier, the Active Lift heel lift reduces calf fatigue and Achilles tendon strain
  • It can be easily pulled up and down
  • 16° Day Hiking version is designed for moderate terrain
  • The patented Flex Tail technology allows the snowshoe to roll more naturally from heel to toe
  • The Flex Tail absorbs shock from the heel strike, reducing the amount of stress on joints
  • Tubbs advanced Torsion Deck allows torsional articulation throughout the body of the snowshoe, enhancing traction, biomechanics and comfort on uneven terrain
  • Featuring the Boa Closure System, the innovative and quick-to-secure CustomWrap binding provides optimal fit comfort, and ease of use that encompasses your foot with the twist of a dial
  • The 3D-Curved Traction Rails ensure superior side-hill grip in hard-packed and icy conditions
  • The curved shape helps prevent fore-aft slippage on steeper terrain

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Gender: Mens
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How does it compare to Tubbs vertical?

Asked by: Debra13
Thanks for the question! The Flex RDG offers a secure fit regardless of the footwear being used with it. It only comes in one size, has a smaller design, and is best suited for light hikers or compact snow conditions. The crampons provide excellent traction for slippery, packed snow & ice - but little traction on loose snow surfaces. The RDG is a top pick for "ease of use" because of its BOA binding system and molded plastic decking. The Vertical is offered in two size options and is a combination of several different snowshoes. It was built for getting out onto steep & variable ground. Its decking adds up to 180 square inches and works well on firm to moderately soft snow & technical terrain. The size is average and the decking has enhanced traction. Overall, it comes down to where you plan on using the snowshoes & the ground conditions. The RDG is the more basic of the two. Hope this helps a little!
Answered by: Foxxy Cleopatra
Date published: 2018-03-18
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