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Scarpa Maestrale 110 Ski Boots · 2022

Scarpa Maestrale 110 Ski Boots · 2022

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The Scarpa Maestrale is a classic in the backcountry skiing community due to its comfortable, durable, strong design and ability to perform remarkably well both uphill and down. With 110 flex, this boot is great for strong skiers on the lighter side or casual, larger riders. The 60 degree range of motion makes walking a breeze and the Vibram sole provides security in each step no matter the conditions. The 3–piece 3–buckle design gives it a progressive flex that makes turning feel more natural and the Intuition liner is thermo–moldable and customizable to provide a precision fit.

Key Features:

  • Binding Compatibility – Compatible with all frame AT and Tech/Pin bindings, these boots are made to be used with a hiking or backcountry focused set–up. These boots are not compatible with traditional ISO 5355 Alpine DIN bindings.
  • Flexible Walk Mode – The boots 60 degree range of motion when in walk mode makes this suitable and comfortable for full–day pursuits or steep couloir boot-packing.
  • Backcountry Oriented – Made with a wide ranged walk mode, and tech inserts, and a Vibram sole, this boot is suitable in any terrain for any purpose.
Age Group
Adult
Gender
Men's
Color
Black, Orange
Model year
2022
Skill level
Intermediate, Advanced
Flex index
110
Forefoot width (mm)
101
Walk/tour mode (Y/N)
Yes
Liner type
Semi-custom
Ski boot type
Alpine touring
Liner description
SCARPA® Pro Flex Touring Men's (Intuition)
Stance
16º +/- 2º
Number of buckles
3
Shell materials & design
Pebax® Rnew
Type of buckles
3 Buckles plus Finger Strap
Boot sole type
Alpine Touring (ISO 9523), Tech
Expert product review
Ski Expert Oliver Van Everen
Review by Curated Expert Oliver Van Everen
The Scarpa Maestrale boots set the gold standard for alpine touring boots; they are lightweight for the uphill yet crush the downhills. Geared for advanced to expert skiers, they are comfortable and warm—allowing for all day comfort. Whether I’m crushing turns out of ski-resort bounds or out in the Alaskan wilderness, these boots will do what I need.
Claimed Stiffness Accuracy
Durability
Heel Hold
Lightweight
Responsiveness
Versatility
A skier standing on a snowy trail.
Close up of the Scarpa Maestrale Ski Boot.
A skier turning down a snowy mountain.
Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
Can you use touring boots in alpine bindings?
Touring boots with "Complaint" touring soles (ISO 9523) or WTR soles can be used in alpine bindings using the Sole.ID platform (Marker) or the MNC platform (Salomon)
Ski Expert Rob G.Snowboard Expert Ethan RudykSki Expert Ben Bialek
by Rob G. on July 11, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Can you use Scarpa Maestrale RS with alpine bindings?
The Scarpa Maestrale is compatible with some alpine bindings because its soles meet the standards for ISO 9523. It is important to use the Maestrale RS with a binding that it can be adjusted for a 9523 touring sole like the Salomon Warden 13 MNC, Marker Griffon ID, or Tyrolia Attack 13 AT.
Ski Expert Will ShawSnowboard Expert Ethan RudykSki Expert Ben Bialek
by Will Shaw on July 1, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Scarpa Maestrale 110 Ski Boots · 2022
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James Mobley
James Mobley
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Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Recommended for touring/backcountry skiing. Scarpa consistently has the highest ratings due to their uphill and downhill performance. They also have a heat-moldable lining to ensure your feet will be comfortable for the entire day! These offer 56 degrees of flex - which exceeds our ankle's range of motion. Generous last (width) for larger feet and a ski/walk mechanism. Coming in at just over 3 lbs and with a stiff flex, these boots are designed for aggressive skiing!