Redefining the boot that redefined alpine touring, the lightweight Scarpa Maestrale 2 carries the same gold-standard touring performance that made it the best-selling AT boot of all time, with updated features that make it an even better all-around performer. For those looking for a single boot that skis as well as it tours, the Maestrale continues to deliver. The Axial Alpine EVO construction system used by Scarpa marks a standard in the alpine touring boots, studied to be the best in terms of lightness and comfort. Working together with the Evo Tongue, the system guarantees the best performance.
Scarpa Maestrale 2 Boots Features:
Speed Lock Plus: The ski/walk mechanism is easy to unlock and lock, thanks to the spring that improves the functionality of the lever. The system is enhanced by the Friction Free technology, in fact there isn’t any connecting rod between the shell and cuff, this allows a “friction free” movement during the walking phase.
Ventilation areas on the cuff, laminated with OUTDRY® technology. This combination of design and layers (metallic net + PU film + light jersey) allows the air to circulate while keeping the liner dry at all times.
Shell and cuff are made of Grilamid® with mono-injected technology. This special polyamide offers a good compromise between stiffness and rebound; allowing a gradual transmission of the impulses from the boot to the ski during the ski phase.
New Thor Buckle: This new buckle is constructed in magnesium alloy that is both strong and light. Its essential design offers an easy handling while wearing gloves.
Thanks to the Heel Retention System and instep straps, the heel security has become a SCARPA’s trademark. The closing band of the instep is equipped with a toothing, which allows a dedicated micrometric adjustment. The buckle adopts a cam that keeps always its position during walking phase. Every tooth of the strap means a 4mm adjustment.
The Wave is a new closure system made exclusively for SCARPA®. It offers the best closure customisation on the forefoot area with its micro-regulation buckle and three teeth positions on the rack. The steel cable follows a wavy path, connecting the instep and forefoot area. It works together with the buckle to improve the distribution of the closing pressure on the shell, increasing the downhill performance.