Retailers' Descriptions

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CLOSEOUTS . These cub-sized snowshoes from Little Bear are ready for your young explorer's next big adventure in the snow. Kid-friendly bindings fit a variety of boot styles Adjustable nylon straps Molded traction edges Durable composite construction Dimensions (LxW): 14x6" Capacity: 40 lb. Weight: 1 lb. 11 oz. Material: Composite Made in China. Visit our Snowshoes Buying Guide Available Colors: CORAL.

- Sierra Trading Post

The perfect snowshoes for a tyke wanting to frolic in the snow! Kid friendly easy to use bindings and a shape to fit his natural stride will help her be comfortable and confident in the snow!

- Rocky Mountain Trail

These cub-size snowshoes offer sure-footed traction for your young adventurer's first forays into the winter wonderland. More than just a toy, these snowshoes offer exceptional durability and an adjustable fit that will see your child through several seasons. Sturdy polyethylene decks provide flotation and traction; no sharp edges or points. Flexible bindings and tappered shape allow the heel to rotate, ensuring a natural stride. Molded heel cup guides foot positioning on the snowshoe for better control. Quick-release buckle provides easy on/off convenience. Adjustable sole length fits up to a youth size 2 boot. Ideal for children ages 3 - 5 years.


Great for snow play fun, the Little Bear Girl's Little Bear Cub Snowshoe introduces little girls to the advantages of snowshoes. They provide better mobility in soft snow, and help stop snow from finding its way into boot tops. The bindings are easy to adjust and typically fit children up to 50 lbs.

- Altrec Outdoors

Little Bear Girls' Cub

previously retailed for:
$11.95 - $24.97

The Little Bear Girls' Cub is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 21, 2012 at Sierra Trading Post.

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