Rules to play Snow Shoeing
The outside that gives the snowshoe its shape; symmetrical and asymmetrical. The
symmetrical frame centers the foot in the middle of the shoe while the asymmetrical frame is
more in the shape of the foot allowing the feet to be closer together eliminating tile snowshoe
waddle. The toe of the frame is raised up and the tail is weighted to make sure that snow does
not collapse on the shoe for better movement. Generally, the smallest frame which allows
flotation on the snow is best for racing.