Traditional Ojibwe Wooden Snowshoes
A pointed nose and two tight-fit cross-bar tenons complete this narrow model.
Extra length provides maximum flotation and makes exploration on flat and open lands easy; the form is similar to skiing.
Pointed tips helps break paths in grass and underbrush. First constructed in Northern Canada, the smaller trees led to the development of the two-piece snow shoe.
Heavy duty lacing completes the model, perfect for springy weather and wet snow.