I have Tubbs shoes as well. An old pair of Katahdins from the year before they went to step-in bindings. Most of the big names are good one way or the other. For geocaching purposes, it's all about flotation. Smaller shoes are fine for packed trails, but how often are you wearing snowshoes to a cache that has seen that much traffic? The higher the weight the bigger the shoe needed. I bought mine with winter backpacking in mind and bought a mid-sized shoe. I'm a smaller guy, so that has worked out well for most of the use I get out of them. I've even considered bigger for myself, so definitely go bigger considering you'll be using them on looser, unconsolidated snow.
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