Snow Already!

Green Mountains, Vermont

We’re ready! We’re ready for winter to come! This week a huge chunk of the country is either under water (we’re thinking of you southeast Texas!) or getting pummeled with forest fires (stay safe Oregon and Washington!). While we all know unexpected weather is the only thing you can expect, it’s not too much to Read More

PRESS RELEASE: Tubbs Snowshoes Confirms $25,000 Product Donation

For Immediate Release

Media Contact
Tessa DuBois
Verde Brand Communications

Seattle, Wash. — Oct 19, 2015

Tubbs Snowshoes, the leading manufacturer of lightweight, versatile snowshoes for men, women, and kids, is proud to announce its recent donation of 150 pairs of snowshoes to five non-profit organizations throughout the country. With a total retail value of just Read More

National Trails Day


Tori Hartman, Guest Writer

Hey Tubbs Hikers!

Even though we said goodbye to winter a while ago, our passion for the outdoors didn’t just melt away with the snow. We’re always looking for opportunities to get outside and go on new adventures as often as possible, and this weekend we celebrated National Trails Day!

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And the winners are…

From inspiring cancer survivors at the Romp to Stomp, to brave backpackers in Pakistan, we were blown away by the images submitted for the Best In Snow Photo Contest. Checkout the winners below!


Meigan Canfield / Breckenridge, CO


Nicki Malenfant Johnson / Frisco, CO


Terry Priest / Darrington, WA


Pamela Snowman / East Millinocket, ME


Randy and Donna Lutz / Read More

Thank you, from Sacramento Inner City Outings

Valerie E., Sacramento Inner City Outings Trip Leader

Thank you to Tubbs for a wonderful winter of fun and adventures!!

Sacramento Inner City Outings went into the winter season very excited to use our new fleet of Tubbs snowshoes, thanks to Tubbs’ generous “Get outdoors” program. While California’s drought limited the number of snow trips we could Read More

A Wild Winter



Winter weather has been a wild one this 2013/2014 snowshoe season. From the Sierra Nevada’s draught, to a “Polar Vortex” taking three passes through the Midwest and East Coast, the US has endured a winter for the ages.

A cold front, which usually remains on the Canadian side of the border, dipped South, breaking record lows Read More

Climb for Change

Landon Faulkner, Guest Writer

 “I just have to keep telling myself we’re doing it for the kids” Andrew shouted as he came up along side me on the ridge. The wind was blowing hard, biting at our skin like thousands of invisible insects, and trying to steal our shouted communications before they could be received. I Read More



Sasquatch spotted wearing Tubbs Snowshoes near North Bend, WA

Review & Win


We want to hear your thoughts on our gear! Whether you’ve been on your snowshoes for years, or just unwrapped gaiters on your birthday, tell us what you think.

10 randomly selected reviewers who post their review between April 1st – April 15th will win a pair of gaiters, poles or a snowshoe pack (winner’s choice)!*

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The Maple Syrup Season

The original North American sweetener, the sweet nectar of the gods, liquid gold for your tastebuds. Whatever you like to call it, Maple Syrup is a North American tradition in both creation and consumption.

Oral stories vary from Native American and First Nations peoples on the discovery that the clear liquid from tapping maple trees could Read More