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The world's lightest four-buckle AT boot... power and lightness combine to create the perfect touring boot in the Scarpa Maestrale.
The folks at Scarpa tell us the Maestrale is the world's lightest 4-buckle randonee boot. We haven't weighed every boot ever made, but at only 3,032g (6 lbs. 10 oz.) per pair, it's easy to believe.
The Scarpa Maestrale is one of the best of the new generation of AT boots that combine the best of freeride and pure touring AT boots. Impeccably designed, the Maestrale can drive a ski, efficient on long flat approaches, and comfortable enough you'll keep it on when you take a break to warm up back in the hut.... before you get back out there. Winner of many awards and accolades the bright orange Maestrale is easily recognized on the feet of backcountry skiers and ski mountaineers 40deg of incredible range of motion offers comfortable and efficient touring Alpine Axial Tongues open laterally via hinges on the side of the boot- fight no more with your boots before early morning ascents! Four lightweight adjustable Magnesium Mirage buckles control volume while elastic power strap offers power transfer Durable Vibram(R) Mistral sole ensures sure-footing on rime covered rocks and icy parking lots alike Wiregate Tour-lock buckle clasp keeps the upper buckle in place for quick uphill/downhill transitions Dynafit patented Quick-step tech fittings and Fitting Indicator make Dynafit, Onyx or La Sportiva bindings a snap Intuition Pro Flex G liner is warm and fits well out of the box; can be professionally heat molded for a custom fit Shells are vegetable-based Pebax(R) Renew recyclable material Forefoot Last Width: 101 mm
A huge range of motion, stiff downhill performance, and super-lightweight, eco-friendly plastics come together to create the Scarpa Maestrale Boot. Max out your daily vertical when you flip into walk mode and utilize the Maestrale's 40-degree range of motion in the cuff, which fast-forwards lengthy approaches. At the top of another untracked glade, lock the cuff at either 18 or 22 degrees and then press your ankle into the medium-stiff tongue for fast, liberating turns from top to bottom.