Kahtoola MTN 28 Snowshoes - Backcountry -- SOLD OUT
The Kahtoola MTN28 Backcountry Snowshoe is for the ultimate adventurer. The Kahtoola's MTN28 mountaineering snowshoe offers an extended deck for the greatest amount of flotation across winter conditions. If you're headed out on a multi-day backcountry snowshoe trip, the longer deck on the MTN28 will keep you moving through even the most powdery and unpacked conditions.
Constructed with a lightweight aluminum frame and our patented SKYHOOK® step-in technology, you still have the flexibility of going from an Eight-Point Trail Crampon mounted on yourshoe or boot to a technical backcountry snowshoe in a single step. Get out and explore - the MTN28 makes it a moral imperative. The clever Kahtoola MTN 28 step-in snowshoes offer adaptable performance for changing conditions, letting you switch from crampon-only to full snowshoe capability with step-in ease.
Features of the Kahtoola MTN28 Snowshoe:
Modular design lets you detach the forefoot crampons from the snowshoes while they're still attached to your boots for biting traction when flotation isn't needed
Alternatively, it's just as easy to reconnect the forefoot crampons to the snowshoe decks with step-in ease and convenience
Bindings feature easy WingSpan™ width adjustment to optimize fit and comfort for your boot type and size; choose between narrow, regular and wide width settings
Aluminum frames are shaped to balance efficiency and flotation; coated nylon decking is tough and lightweight
Kahtoola MTN 28 step-in snowshoes have crampons that are made of sturdy, corrosion-resistant stainless steel to ensure lasting, aggressive traction
Specifications of the Kahtoola MTN28 Snowshoe:
Best use: Snowshoeing
Snowshoe terrain: Mountain terrain
Recommended load: Unavailable
Heel lift: No
Frame material: Aluminum
Deck material: Coated nylon
Crampon material: Stainless steel
Instep crampon: Yes
Heel crampon: Yes
Lateral crampon: No
Dimensions: 8.5 x 28 in
Weight per pair: 4 lbs. 6 oz.
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