Cascade Mountain Tech’s Pinnacle Spin snowshoe is great for advanced trekkers. Built with the best components, including the NORTWAVE SPIN binding, the Pinnacle Spin provides performance tied to defined engineering concepts. Aluminum Sawtooth Frame with front and rear crampons provide stability while the integrated heel lifts reduce calf strain on steep ascents. Featuring our SPIN binding system, this binding provides precision tension to most shoe sizes. You will love our aluminum trekking poles. They are not only lightweight, but they’re also durable. Adjustable from 26”-54” with ergonomic EVA grips and integrated wrist straps. This kit also includes snow baskets to keep your trekking poles from sinking too deeply into snow, and our rugged carry bag with a top closure to make storage a breeze. The Pinnacle Snow Spin is everything you need to enjoy breathtaking mountain views on the snowy trails.
Integrated Heel Lift
NORTHWAVE Spin Binding System
Dual Deep-Bite Crampons
Articulating Stainless Steel Toe Bar
Aluminum Sawtooth Frame
Kit Includes Travel Bag and Trekking Pole Accessories
Conveniently packs into the included Cordura travel bag
Does it matter which foot I use the snowshoe in? CMT snowshoes are right and left specific. Look for the Left and Right indicator on the pull tab of the heel lift
How do I use the heel lift and what is it for? The integrated heel lift alleviates calf strain and fatigue on steeper inclines. If you are snowshoeing up a steep incline, you’ll benefit from the comfort and efficient functioning of this helpful feature. To use, simply pull up on the rubber pull tab until it clicks into place. Now the heel of your foot will rest on the heel lift as you hike up the incline.
How do you tighten the binding? Insert foot toe first into the binding then turn the knob to tighten the binding on your foot. Adjust heel strap to desired length. To undo binding, pull the connected pull string connected to the Spin binding up and away from your body
What kind of shoes should I wear for snowshoeing? We recommend using a stable, insulated, waterproof hiking boot when snowshoeing.