We are currently well stocked on most Tubbs parts, including bindings shown below.
PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE PAGE, then follow our Mail Order Instructions .
Sending us your Snowshoes: Send us both of your snowshoes if you have a broken binding or crampon. We may have to replace both so that they match.
DO NOT cut off old bindings/crampons. Doing this may end up creating more repair work and cost more to repair.
Once we have received your snowshoes we will assess them and follow the directions you have given us on your Snowshoe Mail Order Form. Please mark the damaged area(s) clearly with tape or some other marking so that we can easily see the problem area(s). Once the repairs are completed we will charge your credit card for the repairs, plus return shipping and send them back to you.
Repairs & Prices
Bindings Replaced (Only done as a pair): $50 per pair
Please let us know what size women's or men's shoe the primary user wears. Binding colors may vary from the pictures shown here.
Bindings and Crampons Replaced at the same time: $65 per pair
Rivet/Buckle Replacement: $12 - $30
Crampons Replaced: $25 - $30 each
Toe Cord Replaced: $50 each
Toe Cord Attachment Wraps: $25 per side
Heel Straps (rubber with adjustment holes): $15 each, $25 per pair
Heel Straps (plastic ratcheting style for Bear Claw Bindings):
Unfortunately these heel straps are no longer available.
Your option would be to replace your bindings for $50 per pair.
Tail Wraps: $20 each
Deck Wraps: $14 each
When looking at the cost to repair your snowshoes, keep in mind that a new pair of Tubbs snowshoes runs between $140 and $270, with an average pair around $180. That means that repairing your snowshoes, even with shipping costs added on, is usually cost effective.
If you think you have a legitimate Warranty claim, please do not contact Mountain Soles. Instead, you should contact your local Tubbs dealer, or contact Tubbs directly to see if your problem is covered under warranty. You can reach them at 800-987-1051.
• Missing deck rivets- as long as the decking is not torn and the holes are not enlarged.
• Buckles (all newer buckles in stock, older models will have color substitution if original not in stock) – Most years.
• Heel straps- Most years.
• Binding attachment rivets- All years.
• Binding-to-frame attachment straps (known as a Toe Cord)
• Heel traction Most models.
• Bindings & Crampons- If either of your Tubbs bindings and crampons are broken, and have 3 rivets/bolts holding them to the snowshoes, we will need to replace both bindings and crampons because all newer parts have 4 rivets/bolts holding them to the snowshoes. We do not have bindings or crampons for Tubbs Adventure, Discovery, Aurora, or Eclipse Series snowshoes, nor can we get them any longer, so we are unable to fix those versions. If your bindings & crampons are held on with only 2 rivets/bolts, we do not have any replacement bindings or crampons and can not retrofit newer versions to fit your snowshoes. If you are still unclear as to whether or not we can repair your snowshoes, please email us a picture of your snowshoes so that we can see them before you ship them to us (send us a message at mountainsoles(at)gmail(dot)com)
We only replace bindings in pairs (not individually) so that your bindings will match in appearance and function, and because we do not have inventory of styles from previous seasons. Replacement bindings will likely be a different color, and/or style than your existing pair. We will do our best to make your new bindings similar in style/function to your old pair but we are limited by our inventory. Please send both your snowshoes to avoid delays and extra shipping costs.
• Decking- of any kind/any year; we do not stock replacement decking.
• Cord or lacing that connects the decking to the frame.
• Broken/worn through frames- any model/year.
• Pop rivets that have made the attachment hole too large (normal wear and tear issue).
Because each snowshoe repair is somewhat unique, we suggest that you choose the option on the Mail Order Form that authorizes us to proceed with repairs up to $XX.XX. Fill in the maximum dollar amount you feel comfortable with spending to repair your snowshoes.