Christie Brinkley and a companion wearing bell-bottoms and snowshoes, below, were spotted zipping by the Pulitzer Fountain opposite the Plaza Hotel.
He was a cool character, which was obvious because he wore snowshoes.
Unless there is little snow or an unusually heavy crust, the hunter has to wear snowshoes, usually those of the bear paw variety to facilitate working through heavy cover.
"Did you see an alien, like a spider wearing snowshoes?"
They did go north the next afternoon, tramping up roads made passable by behemoths wearing snowshoes.
Ponies could not carry the feed to cattle trapped in the high valleys, and men wearing snowshoes struggled through the drifts, bales of hay upon their shoulders.
The battle was given its name because the British combatants were wearing snowshoes.
Of course, if winos were icebergs, scabs would wear snowshoes, and fleas would need picks.
This is the only time all year that most players wear snowshoes, and that accounts for the falls.
You can't believe the things you see in the woods when you're wearing snowshoes.