Snowshoe, GV, Huron in rawhide, 12"x42''
The Huron snowshoe model is the most known shape from all snowshoes.
It takes its origin from the Nation Huronne from Canada.
It is mostly used for hunting, trapping, bird watching and
long-distance adventures in open forests and fields. It was also the
model used by the French settler who established the first colony in
1604, the adventure enthusiasts and the trappers for winter hiking.
Very quiet and easy to maneuver, its geometry provides great
flotation in soft snow and its long tail is designed to keep the
in the walking movement as needed.
Availability: Will usually ship the same
next business day.
- Frame made of Appalachian white ash and lacing made of cow raw
- High quality varnish to keep the raw hide and the frame in good
- Harness sold separately