Still reigning as the best-selling AT boot of all time, Scarpa buffed up the beloved Maestrale Alpine Touring boot to bring you a terrain-crushing backcountry machine that sheds weight on the skintrack and increases power during steep descents. This year's boots are stiffer, jumping from 100 flex to a more aggressive 110, with the same comfortable 101mm last as its predecessor. The new Maestrale features a sustainable, plant-based Pebax R-New shell that shaves weight and increases stiffness so you can tear into pinner couloirs and blast through chunder with stability and confidence. Scarpa increased the range of motion in walk mode to an impressive 60 degrees, a change your legs will be stoked on during long approaches. The new Maestrale still features a heat-moldable Intuition liner that's stiffer and has less seams in the toe area to keep your feet warmer and more comfortable. Scarpa scrapped the old side-hinge tongue, eliminating countless broken hinges that occurred with the old model, and swapped the lowest buckle with an equalized cable system that tightens the whole forefoot. This new three-buckle system is simpler and sheds bulk for a more streamlined design. Scarpa also integrated a Recco-enabled power strap that may help Recco-equipped ski patrols find you in an emergency.
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