Snowshoeing Gear

Snowshoeing Gear

I just got back from a great snowshoe hike and thought it would be a good opportunity to talk some gear. While I don't apply the same system to every hike, this video shows some of the typical things I carry when snowshoeing. I skipped over certain things like hydration and snow pants but you'll get a pretty good idea of what I usually carry. What's in YOUR pack?

Snowshoeing Gear Snowshoeing Gear Reviewed by Jason Klass on November 15, 2009 Rating: 5


Anonymous said...

Neat to see the snow. Its 74 here in Sunny Tennessee today.

Lance Milks said...

Hey Jason,

I havent shoed in years. My tubbs are just sitting in the closet. We dont get too much snow here in NC. sorry to get off track but I thought I would ask how the fly fishing has been going for you. I know thats another hobby we share.


Jason Klass said...

Hey Lance,
Well, it's slowed down a bit now because of the weather. But I' working on a project you might be interested in. I'll make an announcement when it's ready.

Some old guy said...

What is this "snow" of which you speak? And why is everything white in this video? I am confused.

Vambry said...

Some Old Guy,
You are not skilled in the ways of snow? HEATHEN!

Some old guy said...

I feel so ashamed, but I really can't remember the last time I saw any of that stuff on the ground. Blowing around in the air once a year, maybe, kind of like clumpy fog.

Karl Gottshalk said...

Where did you get the improved crampons for the Tubbs snowshoes. They look great!

Jason Klass said...

Hey Karl,
I just called Tubbs and asked them if they would sell me a pair of the crampons. I think they were about $60 or so. They were happy to sell them to me. There was one extra screw in the new crampons so I had to drill an extra hole in the foot plate of the snowshoes.

Hiking Lady said...

I really like your videos! I totally agree on the handwarmers - that is the most important thing I have in my pack when I'm snowshoeing :)

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