The New England-based snowshoe makers at Tubbs have a century's worth of development history to draw upon. Founded by Walter F. Tubbs in 1906, Tubbs snowshoes accompanied many of the early Antarctic explorers on their journeys to the South Pole.
Whether you're venturing into the Arctic, making an alpine summit ascent or simply enjoying a day of winter recreation, you can count on the combination of time-tested design and progressive innovation used to build the frames, bindings and crampons found throughout the wide array of Tubbs snowshoes.
Backcountry Edge is proud to be an authorized Tubbs dealer.
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Selections for the outdoor enthusiast on your list
Simple and inexpensive snowshoes for beginners and no-frills hikers.
All-around snowshoes for established trails and off-trails around the neighborhood.
Durable snowshoes built with features to handle off-trail adventures.
Backcountry snowshoes designed for harsh conditions and terrain
Snowshoes designed and fine-tuned specifically for women.
Snowshoes for kids, teens and youth.
Men's and unisex designs.
Smaller sized shoes for hikers and gear up to 150 lbs.
Mid-sized shoes for hikers and gear weighing 150-210 lbs.
Maximum-flotation shoes for heavy loads over 210 lbs.
Performance-minded snowshoes for running, racing and fitness.
Snowshoeing Poles, Carry Bags, Flotation Tails, etc.
Poles for hiking, backpacking or snowshoeing.
Simple, inexpensive poles for beginners and no-frills hikers.
While most trekking poles accept add-on baskets for showshoeing, these snowshoe poles have been specifically tuned for use in the snow.
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