Corporate Responsibility

As a leader in the industry, Tubbs Snowshoes recognizes that we participate in a global community with an ever-growing need for companies, like ourselves, to make concerted efforts toward sustainability. Our corporate responsibility program focuses on balancing the economic, social, and environmental demands of our business without compromising future generations, so they, too, can enjoy snow-covered trails as we know them today.

Environmental Responsibility

In recognition of the environmental impacts of our daily actions and decisions, Tubbs has tactical teams in place at both our corporate headquarters and manufacturing facilities leading efforts to reduce environmental impact.

Social Responsibility

We strive to create a positive impact on all communities in which we participate. This includes our dedication to making sure that all the employees who work on Tubbs Snowshoes around the world have fair and safe working conditions.

As a member of K2 Sports, Tubbs Snowshoes is committed to operating in an ethical, honest manner throughout the world and in compliance with the laws of the communities in which we operate. We maintain a principled approach toward our labor force through responsible workforce and labor practices, and our Code of Conduct Policy expectation extends beyond our employees and business units into our supplier relationships, further perpetuating our ethical standards deep into the supply chain.

Giving Back

At Tubbs Snowshoes, we strive to support the growing community of snowshoers through various programs, initiatives, and giving. Read below about how Tubbs gives back.


We value the opportunity to partner with and/or provide support to a growing list of wonderful organizations both within and outside the industry. A collection of these organizations includes the following:

  • American Hiking Society
  • Appalachian Mountain Club
  • The Mountaineers
  • Susan G. Komen, Denver
  • Susan G. Komen, VT/NH
  • Susan G. Komen, Puget Sound
  • Glacier National Park Conservation Society
  • Splore
  • Sacramento Inner City Outings
  • South Sound Critter Care
  • Seattle University
  • Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital
  • Dartmouth-Hitchcock Children’s Hospital
  • Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation
  • Save Our Canyons
  • Ronald McDonald Camp
  • Garfield High School
  • Alaska Native Cultural School
  • Survivorship Luncheon
  • Festival of Trees
  • Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center
  • The Stratton Foundation
  • Young Survival Coalition Seattle