TUBBS Boys' Flex Jr Snowshoes-Potential minor cosmetic defects

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The TUBBS® boys' 17-inch Flex Jr snowshoes are designed for kids 6-10 years old and bring the award-winning FLEX Tail™ design to a younger audience. Traction Rails with rounded corners give kids safe, go-anywhere grip, and the simple QuickLock™ binding lets them take control. The underfoot pivot point allows the toe to bite deeply into the snow, while the Rotating Toe Cord design sheds snow from the tail.


  • Equipment performance is not compromised by potential minor cosmetic defects that may occur during shipping
  • Ages 6-10
  • FLEX Tail™: Biomechanically designed, ergonomic tail absorbs shock from the heel strike, reducing the amount of stress on your joints
  • Torsion Deck™: Adapts to variable snow conditions to enhance traction and comfort on uneven terrain
  • Rotating Toe Cord: Enables the tail of the snowshoe to drop and shed snow from the tail, reducing strain
  • Underfoot Pivot Point: Allows the traction teeth to bite deeply into the snow when weighted
  • Rotation Limiter: Prevents over-rotation and shin-bang
  • QuickLock Binding: Simple tightening and locking buckle provides all-day stability and control
  • Carbon Steel Toe Crampon: Maximizes weighted traction and responsiveness
  • 3D Curved Traction Rails: Ensure superior side-hill grip in hard or icy conditions
  • Progressive Molded Snow Brakes: Improve weighted traction
  • Dimensions: L 17 inches x W 7 inches
  • Weight/Pair: 2 pounds
  • Optimal Load: 40-90 pounds
  • Surface Area: 100 square inches

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