Traditional Wood Ojibwe Snowshoes
The Ojibwe traditional wood snowshoes unique shape provides a great flotation in opened forest and field where there is a lot of snow. Its narrow and lifted nose, combined with its long narrow tail, are providing great gliding properties in downhill on hard snow. Quiet and stable, it is a good all-around snowshoe for long distance adventure.The name Ojibwe comes from one of the largest of the Native peoples of Canada that settled along the Great Lakes in Ontario, in western Canada and north-central United States. This highly aesthetic snowshoe is one of the oldest of traditional wooden snowshoes. Curiously, it resembles those used by the ancient peoples of Siberia, Greenland and Scandinavia many centuries ago.
- Frame made from Appalachian White Ash and webbing from rawhide
- High-quality varnish to keep rawhide and frame in good condition
- Available in full rawhide or synthetic webbing
- Sold in pairs
- Bindings sold separately here
User weight – Off trail lb/kg
10” x 48”- 100-190 lb. / 45-86 KG
11” x 54”- 160 lb. + / 73 KG +
Note: It is recommended to apply varnish once a year at the end of the season to prevent the wood frame and raw hide to absorb moisture and water. That will extend the life of your natural snowshoe. We recommend using a wood boat varnish.