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Rippin' Rider Review:
Little Bear Snowshoes
Mom sent in these comments about their test of the Little Bear Grizzly Snowshoes.
The snowshoes were tested around the North Shore of Lake Tahoe by Trenton, age
Overall the Little Bear Snowshoes seem to function just fine for a children's
snowshoe. They work as they should and are relatively easy to use.
A bit of a problem with the bindings. They are supposed to be adjustable,
but we were unable to unscrew the screws which adjust the boot size. We had a
couple of different people try and they weren't able to budge the binding hardware
Use: The Little
Bear Snowshoes do what the manufacturer says they'll do. We could still use them,
even though we weren't able to adjust the binding. They work well in deep snow
as well as light snow.
Cool Factor: Very
cool. Especially the color. They stand out in the snow and have a cool paw emblem
on them. (ed. Note: snowshoes come in a variety of colors including clear, red,
flouresent green, purple)
durable and stable. They seem like they will last a lifetime, will probably pass
them down and be used for many of our families' generations to come!
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