Who’s Who On The Tubbs Crew

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Since the beginning of Tubbs (over 110 years ago!), our company goal has been more than just building the best snowshoes. We’ve always tried to support the snowshoe community and the people who use our products. To us, snowshoeing is not just what’s on your feet, it’s the experience the shoes give you. Our snowshoes might Read More

Quality over Quantity


Lyndon, Backcountry Ambassador

Looking back to the 2015-16 snowshoeing season, it could be easy for me to feel discouraged. When I sat down to write this entry, I intended to write about my disappointment, but the more I thought about what I’ve done over the last few months, the less and less disappointed I became.

Over the Read More

Introducing Hikers to Snowshoeing


Lyndon, Backcountry Ambassador

This past fall, a coworker and I introduced a few of our student workers to hiking. They started hiking with us as we were in the midst of training for Cactus to Clouds (C2C), which is regarded as one of the most difficult day hikes in America. They really hit the ground Read More

Mammoth Lakes Basin


Lyndon, Backcountry Ambassador

On day 2 of my snowshoeing trip in Mammoth Lakes CA (day 1 is posted here: Minaret Summit & Peak 10,242 Provisional), I decided to explore the Mammoth Lakes Basin. I had seen this area several times during the summer, but had never seen it in the winter. I was excited to see Read More

Minaret Summit & Peak 10,242 Provisional

An amazing view of The Minarets (left), as well as Ritter and Banner Peak (center).

Lyndon, Backcountry Ambassador

Ever since I was a kid, I’ve loathed long car rides; the sitting still… the boredom… the inevitable car sickness that comes if I try to do anything but keep my eyes on the horizon. At times, the drawbacks of a long car ride have been enough to keep me close to home. Read More

Christmas in October


Lyndon, Backcountry Ambassador

In years past, my wife has told me that I become the Grinch around the holidays. For most, the holiday season means good food and family time. While I enjoy the food and seeing my family, the holiday season has also meant the end of hiking season and all of the things that Read More

Ambassador Profile: Lyndon


Where do you live?
Currently live in Southern California. Relocating to NH in 2016.

Top 3 things we should know about you?

Introvert in daily life – social butterfly on the trail.
My real reason for snowshoeing and hiking is the junk food.
I started snowshoeing to stay in “hiking shape,” now my summer and fall hiking is just Read More