Tubbs Wayfinder Snowshoes - Men's

please select a Size
Choose a shipping method
To buy, sign in as an REI Co-op Member or join now.
Members get an estimated $19.00 back on this item.
Join the co-op today to get free standard shipping. Members get free standard shipping with this item.

Members, get an estimated $19.00 back on this item as a part of your annual .

Perfect for snow-covered meadows, city parks or golf courses, the men's Tubbs Wayfinder snowshoes have easy-to-use bindings with Boa® closures to get you on the trail in no time.

  • Features

    • Quick-to-secure CustomWrap 2.0™ bindings with Boa Closure System deliver a full-coverage fit with a simple click and twist
    • With the heel straps incorporated into the Boa closure, the bindings provide optimal fit, comfort and ease of use
    • Recreational series of carbon steel toe and heel crampons feature front and rear braking teeth for secure uphill, downhill and sidehill grip on packed snow conditions
    • Innovative, upturned tails of the aluminum Fit-Step™ frames provide biomechanical benefits, reducing musculoskeletal impact on hip, knee and ankle joints by 10%
    • Rotating Toe Cord design enables the tails of the snowshoes to drop, shedding snow off the tails
    • When weighted, the teeth on the toe traction underfoot bite deeply into the snow


    Max recommended load specification includes weight of hiker with gear.
    View all Tubbs Men's Snowshoes
  • Technical Specs

    Best Use


    Snowshoe Terrain

    Flat Terrain

    Snowshoe Closure

    Dial Lace

    Max Recommended Load

    25 IN: 200 pounds

    30 IN: 250 pounds

    36 IN: 300 pounds

    Frame Material


    Deck Material

    Nytex nylon

    Crampon Material

    Carbon steel

    Toe Crampon


    Heel Crampon



    25 IN: 25 x 8 x 8 inches

    30 IN: 30 x 8 x 8 inches

    36 IN: 36 x 8 x 8 inches

    Weight (Pair)

    3 lbs. 6 oz.



  • Reviews
    7 reviews with an average rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars

    Loading Reviews...
  • Questions & Answers

    Loading Questions...