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Tubbs - Flex Alp XL - Snowshoes

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Attributes & features
Design:
plastic snowshoes
Recommended use:
Alpine touring; perfect for tours with a lot of luggage and difficult ski touring
Attachment type:
active flex strap binding
Heel lifts:
yes (active lift system); rotating toe cord (prevents overtwisting)
User weight range:
approx. 2.2 kg
Dimensions:
28"""" (approx. 71 cm)
Weight:
approx. 2.2 kg
Extras:
Viper 2.0 front points; traction rails steel guides; Flex tail and torsion deck
Item No.:
403-0126
Product description
For everyone who loves striding through the high mountains in winter - the Flex Alp XL by Tubbs! These snowshoes, made out of plastic, are ideal for alpine touring, carrying lots of luggage. The large contact surface offers enough impetus in deep snow and can be used in icy snow with hardly any weight limits. The deep digging crampons and the traction frame ensure great grip in steep terrain.
Thanks to the Flex tail the rear section of the snowshoes are very agile and thus creates a natural walking feeling. In the front, the streamlined deck is pulled-up, which facilitates lifting your feet out the snow.
The binding system closes your feet in reliably and can be easily adjusted. A rotation limitation system prevents the axle from turning too far and the snowshoes from overwinding when taking a turn. Underneath the binding you can find the useful heel lifts, which supports your thigh muscles when going uphill tremendously.
The traction frames have strong crampons, which provide enhanced grip on crossings. The Viper 2.0 front points guarantee outstanding grip on icy snow. No matter if you are a snowboarder looking for a good climbing assistance or an enthusiastic snowshoe hiker - the Flex Alp XL is great for touring in demanding terrain.
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Axel's profile picture
| Eningen

der Schuh ist riesig

Viel zu gross! für normale Alpine Unternehmungen

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Andreas | Stuttgart
11.02.2017 07:43

Der muss so gross sein damit er das Gewicht verteilen kann und du nicht einsinkst! Facepalm/Kopfschüttel

Axel | Eningen
11.02.2017 08:41

Es kommt ja wohl drauf an, wie gross und schwer man ist. Ausserdem ist der Schuh sehr breit und lang. Querungen am steilen Hang sind damit sicher keine Freude. Der kleinere Tubus gräbt sich besser in den Firn, ist agiler im steilen Anstieg auch in der Waldzone. Bisher hat mir der normale Tubus völlig gereicht.

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Andreas | Stuttgart
11.02.2017 07:43

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| Villingen

Gutes Teil für Alpine Unternehmungen

Letzten Winter ein paar Touren mit den Schneeschuhe gemacht. Haben einen super Auftrieb (ich 85 kg + Rucksack)
im eisigen Gelände könnten die Zacken bisschen mehr Grip haben.
Am besten man sucht sich eine Tour, wo man die Schneeschuhe nicht lange am Rucksack tragen muss. Sind doch recht schwer und groß im Format.
Ansonsten sehr zu empfehlen.

  • Advantages
    Robust binding
    Getting in and out is easy
    Price/performance
  • Disadvantages
    Heavy
    Grip könnte besser sein
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