Tubbs - Flex TRK 22 - Women's
Technical specifications & features
|Color||Pearl / Blue|
|Mfg Sku/Part Number||X130100601220|
|Weight Capacity||In packed or variable snow conditions, the FLEX TRK is appropriate for all weights. In powder snow conditions the snowshoe is best up to 155 lbs / 70 kg.|
|Other Features||Torsion DeckTubbs’ advanced Torsion Deck™ design adapts to variable snow conditions underfoot. The decks allow torsional articulation throughout the body of the snowshoe, enhancing traction, biomechanics and comfort on uneven terrain.
Rotating Toe Cord - Rotation Limiter:Rotating Toe Cord design enables the tail of the snowshoe to drop and snow to shed off the tail, reducing cardio-respiratory strain by 7%. The underfoot pivot point also allows the toe traction teeth to bite deeply into the snow when weighted. A rotation limiter prevents over-rotation and shin bang.
QuickPull:An intuitive forefoot strap on the QuickPull binding cinches easily and unlocks with one buckle push. The pivoting toe stop allows speedy adjustment and Control Wings keep your heel aligned.
Traction Rails: Carbon steel toe crampon, ergonomically placed under foot, maximizes weighted traction and responsiveness while 3D curved Traction Rails ensure superior side-hill grip in hard or icy conditions. Progressive molded Snow Brakes, on the deck as well as the Soft Strike zone, improve weighted traction.
FLEX Tail: The ergonomically and biomechanically designed FLEX Tail absorbs shock from heel strike, reducing the amount of stress on your joints and allowing you to snowshoe farther, longer and with less stress on your body.
Questions & Answers
Thank you for your question.
The Tubbs Flex TRK would be fine for the backcountry, depending on what type of terrain you plan on exploring. The Flex TRK is best suited for moderate terrain (IE rolling hills, with a bit of steep). For more advanced, varied and steeper terrain, you might consider one of Tubb's more mountaineering focused models, like the Flex Alp or Flex VRT.
I hope this helps! Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
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