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Tubbs 2-Piece Snowshoe Poles

    Tubbs 2-Piece Snowshoe Poles

    The Tubbs 2-Piece snowshoe poles improve balance and reduce fatigue as you navigate the winter wonderland.

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    • 2-section poles adjust from 41 in. to 50 in.; extend them for going downhill, shorten them for going uphill or for storage
    • Made from 6000-series aluminum for durability and a light carry weight
    • Soft rubber grips are ergonomically shaped for comfort; adjustable nylon webbing wrist straps improve support and control
    • Carbon steel tips are specifically designed for snowy conditions and ensure long-lasting performance
    • Removable snow baskets keep poles afloat atop deep powder

    Please note: Tubbs products can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.


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    Tubbs 2-Piece Snowshoe Poles Specs
    Best use
    6000-series aluminum
    50 inches
    41 inches
    127 centimeters
    104 centimeters
    Twist lock
    567 grams
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    Tubbs 2-Piece Snowshoe Poles

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    Rated 3.0/5 based on 1 reviews
    Rated 3out of5
    by fromyou get what you pay for these are inexpensive but not very durable. crumpled one snowshoeing in the back country in rocky mountain park about 7 miles from the trailhead. pretty useless trying to get back. if you are planning on using them aggressively i would spring for something a little more durable. if you are just a recreational snowshoer who is looking for something to get you by on mild terrain i think these would suffice.
    Date published: 2010-08-27

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