Traditional Alaskan Wood Snowshoes
Sometimes called: Trail, Cross Country or Pickerel
With a rounded nosed and two tightly-fitted cross-bars tenons, this narrow and long snowshoe model offers the utmost flotation.
Narrow snowshoes have a use similar to skis due to its shape and form — venturing through plains and fields is made easy.
Built in America where tall trees facilitated a single-piece extra-long snowshoe to be made, this model is the opposite of the Ojibwa, which is made with two shorter pieces of wood. Heavy duty lacing is perfect for spring like weather and wetter snow.