Tug Snow is a similar morph to the Mack snow, but with greater contrast and detail of patterns. Tug Snows were first to be thought of as Co-Dominant. Now after further review, they seem to be Incomplete Dominant. There are three different forms, Tug Super Snows, Tug Snows, and Wild Type. Tug Super Snows are the homozygous form of the Mack Snow gene. The Mack Snows are the heterozygous form of the Mack Snow gene. The Wild Type do not have the Mack Snow gene and generally look like Normal Leopard Geckos. See the pictures below for examples.
Tug Snows, when bred to Tug Snows, have the ability to produce a Tug Super Snow. The genetics of Super Snows will be discussed in the next section. When they hatch, they seem to have an all purple or silver hue to them. As they grow, the birth color fades into a white body with black broken pin stripes. They also have two solid black eyes.