Price Paid: $119
I had these snowshoes for about 4 hours until I was ready to throw them away. The binding is what kills them. If you have feet bigger than size 11 they snap and click and slowly fall apart as you walk in them. Then if you try and pull the binding tighter on your foot there's a good chance its going to break in your hand.
I'm sure Tubbs has some better brands but you get what you pay for with the Xplore series. I payed $119 for them and returned them and bought a pair of Atlas snowshoes. I would not recommend them to a friend.
currently retails for:
$83.99 - $129.95
where to buy:
Recently on Trailspace
The Way2Cool Tank is a running top made with a fabric using Cool Q ZERO (“a cooling agent”) it is also finished with an antimicrobial agent. Its partial mesh… Read More »
Relatively lightweight internal frame pack that is much heavier than other frameless ultralight options, but does not provide the stability/suspension of heavier… Read More »
The Chiller Long Sleeve shirt is designed to help you stay cool when it is hot out while providing SPF 40 protection from UV rays. At just 9 oz. /255 g. its special… Read More »
Best synthetic bag for the price. I got this bag for my first 'real' backpacking bag and used it over 1400 miles on the PCT (border to Sierra City). Overall I think… Read More »
Add your voice
to the world's most comprehensive and useful collection of independent outdoor gear reviews
Review Your Gear