Tubbs Flex Jr. Snowshoes - Cyan

Size: 17 IN
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A sure cure for cabin fever, the Tubbs Flex Jr. snowshoes are built for kids ages 6–10. Traction rails with rounded corners offer go-anywhere grip and simple bindings let them take control.

  • Features

    • Bindings are simple to use and lock tight around boots for all-day stability and control
    • Carbon steel instep crampons maximize weighted traction for better grip and responsiveness; curved traction rails ensure superior side-hill grip in hard or icy conditions
    • Flex Tails absorb shock from the heel strike and allow snowshoes to have a more natural stride from heels to toes, reducing the amount of stress on joints
    • Decks feature torsional flex that allows traction elements to stay in contact with the snow on uneven terrain
    • Molded snow brakes in the deck's strike zone improve weighted traction
    • Tubbs Flex Jr. snowshoes are designed to shed snow off the tails so there's less work involved; rotation limiters prevent forward over-rotation
    • In powder conditions, Flex Jr. snowshoes are best for kids 40 - 90 lbs.; in packed or variable snow conditions they're appropriate for all weights; they measure 17 x 7 in.


    Max recommended load specification includes weight of hiker with gear.
    View the Tubbs Flex Product Line View all Tubbs Kids' Snowshoes
  • Technical Specs

    Best Use


    Snowshoe Terrain

    Flat Terrain

    Snowshoe Closure

    Rubber Strap

    Max Recommended Load

    90 pounds

    Frame Material


    Deck Material


    Crampon Material


    Toe Crampon


    Side Traction



    7 x 17 inches

    Weight (Pair)

    2 lbs. 6 oz.



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