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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . Snow too deep for your cubs? Take a bite out of heavy-footed winter trudging with Tubbs' Little Bear Grizzly snowshoes; they're designed to keep kids' feet on top of the snow rather than in it. Easy on-off bindings fit any boot or shoe Dimensions (LxW): 16x7" Capacity: 75 lb. Weight: 2 lb. pr. Material: Composite with nylon straps Made in China. Visit our Snowshoes Buying Guide Available Colors: PLUM, CARDINAL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Give your young adventurers the traction needed for their 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 binding and tapered shape allows the heel to rotate, ensuring a natural stride. Molded heel cup guides foot positioning on the shoe for better control. Quick-release buckle provides easy on/off convenience. Adjustable sole length fits up to a size 6 youth boot. Ideal for children ages 5 - 7 years.


Little Bear Girls' Grizzlies

previously retailed for:
$19.93 - $22.50

The Little Bear Girls' Grizzlies is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 11, 2010 at Sierra Trading Post.

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