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Men's FLEX ESC Snowshoe

$129.95


Description

Learn more about FLEX technology
For new snowshoers and those looking for more comfort on their snowshoe excursions, the FLEX ESC offers the perfect opportunity for value-conscious buyers to have all the technical advancements found in the FLEX™ Series at an affordable price. With the FLEX Tail™, 3D-Curved Traction Rails, and the QuickFLEX binding, the FLEX ESC has it all.

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"It took about five minutes for me to realize Tubbs FLEX ESC are so nice and easy to use."

Mike A.

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Size Chart

Model FLEX ESC
Size 24
Dimensions 8" x 24"
Weight/Pair 3.6 lbs
Optimal Load One Size lbs
Surface Area 165 in2

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Flotation

Torsion Deck

Torsion Deck
Tubbs’ advanced Torsion Deck™ design adapts to variable snow conditions underfoot. The decks allow torsional articulation throughout the body of the snowshoe, enhancing traction, biomechanics and comfort on uneven terrain.

FLEX Tail

FLEX Tail
The ergonomically and biomechanically designed FLEX Tail absorbs shock from heel strike, reducing the amount of stress on your joints and allowing you to snowshoe farther, longer and with less stress on your body.

Articulation

Rotating Toe Cord - Rotation Limiter

Rotating Toe Cord - Rotation Limiter
Rotating Toe Cord design enables the tail of the snowshoe to drop and snow to shed off the tail, reducing cardio-respiratory strain by 7%. The underfoot pivot point also allows the toe traction teeth to bite deeply into the snow when weighted. A rotation limiter prevents over-rotation and shin bang.

Control

QuickFLEX Binding

QuickFLEX Binding
Molded, asymmetric QuickFLEX™ binding is gender specific with patented Control Wings™ to center the boot. A dual pull strap system secures fit while a cinch pull strap makes entry and exit easy. Heel strap pulls tight against boot’s rand, centering and securing the boot in position.

Traction

Traction Rails

Traction Rails
Carbon steel toe crampon, ergonomically placed under foot, maximizes weighted traction and responsiveness while 3D curved Traction Rails ensure superior side-hill grip in hard or icy conditions. Progressive molded Snow Brakes, on the deck as well as the Soft Strike zone, improve weighted traction.

Reviews of the Men's FLEX ESC Snowshoe

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4.7

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        5.0

        Great Snowshoe!

        By Andy the PE Teacher

        from Anchorage, Alaska

        Pros

        • Easy to secure
        • Great for long hikes
        • Great For Short Hikes
        • Great For Steep Terrain
        • Great On Flat Terrain

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Flat Terrain
          • Long hikes
          • Short hikes
          • Steep Terrain

          Comments about Tubbs Snowshoes Men's FLEX ESC Snowshoe:

          These snowshoes are very easy to secure and worked well on all terrain I have encountered. The students in my classes have not had any blowouts using these snowshoes and are easy enough for them to secure them on their own. These were included in a gift set of snowshoes from Tubbs to my school and have been a great snowshoe for us.

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          4.0

          Great first shoe

          By Lee

          from North East Pennsylvania

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                Comments about Tubbs Snowshoes Men's FLEX ESC Snowshoe:

                I ordered the mens shoes related to my height and weight, the women's specs were not even close. I first started snowshoeing in my yard to get the feel. The bindings are not difficult but I had problems at first. I was not getting them tight enough, I thought the shoes were too big the toe binding straps and heel straps are very long. I would hit the shoes together almost tripping. I then ventured out to a local park with a walking trail, had some problems with the heel strap coming unhooked. I hit the internet for some instruction and found I was not pulling the strap taunt enough. With that problem solved I have taken on more trails at the state park and have had a great time.Practice is what I needed, no longer hitting the shoes into each other. I suggest Tubbs offer a Flex ESC snowshoe for women in two sizes

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                5.0

                Great for running and on ice

                By Sacramento Inner City Outings

                from Sacramento, CA

                Pros

                • Comfortable
                • Easy to get on and off
                • Great on ice
                • Light-weight
                • Slim- No Tripping
                • Stable

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Icy Conditions
                  • Off trail
                  • Rolling terrain
                  • Running and playing

                  Comments about Tubbs Snowshoes Men's FLEX ESC Snowshoe:

                  We had these snowshoes on a group outing- with a mix of very experienced snowshoers and first timers. These snowshoes worked great for all of us. The experienced folks were impressed at how slim these were, as well as the amazing crampons- which go well beyond the standard front/back, and include long ones on the side to prevent side-slipping, and make it really easy to side-step down a really steep, icy slope. (The experienced folks were all thinking that it's time to upgrade our older snowshoes). For the first timers, they needed some help getting the snowshoes on (which is true for any first-timer!)- but these bindings were really easy to get onto a large group of kids quickly. (Much easier than other styles of bindings). Theses snowshoes were a big success with the newbies- their slim profile prevented them from tripping, and the teenagers were even running on the snowshoes within a few minutes of getting used to them.

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