How to Make Snowshoes
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How to Make:

Simple "Indian" Snowshoes Made from Wood 1 X 6" Boards, Includes Pattern and Plans.

Primitive "Pioneer" Snowshoes Simple "Brush Pile" Snowshoes Made from Ash or Hickory Sticks.

Alaskan Eskimo Snowshoes Beautiful Traditional Snowshoes Designed by Ben Hunt.  Includes Pattern and Plans.

Chippewa Snowshoes with Pointers on Variations Including: Bear Paw, Co-Yukon, Sioux, Oregon, Utah, and Iroquois or Montreal Snowshoes.

Snowshoe Bindings These are Traditional Bindings Intended for Use with Snowshoe Moccasins  
(For Bindings Made for Boots, See Indian Snowshoes).

PVC Pipe Snowshoes

(See Also: Beard's Introduction to Snowshoes)

Winter Gear & Clothing

 

 

   

 

 


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Simple Snowshoes ] Pioneer Snow Shoes ] Chippewa Snowshoes ] Alaskan Eskimo Snowshoes ] Snowshoe Bindings ] Snowshoe Costume ] PVC Pipe Snowshoe ]

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