The new Scarpa freetouring boot Maestrale 2 carries the latest technologies of the manufacturer, including the Web Frame Design or the HRS Strap.
The Scarpa Maestrale went through major upgrades to return in 2018 under the name Maestrale. First, the boot features no carbon, unlike the RS version. This helps keeping the price lower and makes the boot more accessible to a larger crowd of skiers. The lower part closes with a wire system and the ski/walk system allows you to switch modes in a second. The Vibram Cayman Pro outsole ensures optimal traction in the most extreme conditions and there’s even a venting system enhancing airflow to keep your feet cooler through long and tiring ascents.
What can the Scarpa Maestrale ski boot do?
With a boot like this one on your feet, you’re ready to assault the highest summits in the mountain. It feels light and makes ascents effortless, the cuff offers a large range of motion enhancing comfort and walk performance. On the downhill, the boot turns out to be powerful and stiff, you can lay your best freeride lines with ease. The HRS Strap buckle on the instep delivers the best heel lock you could wish for which gives to skiers maximum control on the slopes. In the Scarpa Maestrale, performance and comfort go hand in hand.
Who is the Scarpa Maestrale touring boot designed for?
We recommend it to advanced and experienced skiers who want a new-generation freetour ski boot allowing you to make the most of your skis on every terrain.
What are the main assets of the Scarpa Maestrale tour ski boot?