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Setting your kid up with a pair of Tubbs' Storm Snowshoes is a great way for him or her to experience the snowy outdoors. The 19-inch aluminum frame is durable and large enough to support munchkins weighing up to 90 pounds. The tapered design helps keep junior from tripping (it's a challenge to adjust to walking on snow). The QuickLock binding is easy for your kid to operate, so you can encourage independence as your adventurer learns to appreciate walking through winter landscapes. These snowshoes work well on flat or rolling terrain, and the crampons excel in hardpack conditions.
- Backcountry.com refers to the boys' version
Free Shipping. Tubbs Boys' Storm Snowshoe SPECIFICATIONS of the Tubbs Boys' Storm Snowshoe Weight: per pair: 2 lbs / 0.91 kg Length: 19in.
- Moosejaw refers to the boys' version
With a tapered frame shape, the QuickLock2 binding, and updated, fun graphics, the Storm is a true kid-friendly model. Best for kids ages 6-10 years old.
- EMS refers to the boys' version
Parents are off the hook with the new QuickLock binding, which locks with one swift push of the strap. Model Dimensions Surface Area Weight Per Pair Optimal Load Boys' Storm 7" x 19" 119 in^2 2.0 lbs 40-90 lbs The Tubbs Story: Founded in 1906 in Norway, Maine, Tubbs Snowshoes is the leading manufacturer of lightweight, versatile snowshoes for men, women and children. Now based in Seattle, Washington, in the shadow of the always-snowy 14,400 ft Mt. Rainier, Tubbs continues to lead the snowshoeing industry through a deep understanding of the sport and constant technological innovation. From Admiral Byrd's famed expedition to Antarctica, to modern day adventure racing, Tubbs manufactures snowshoes for all types of terrain and snow conditions. With over 25 patents issued and pending, Tubbs continues to raise the bar for efficient, comfortable and innovative snowshoe designs.
- Rocky Mountain Trail refers to the boys' version