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The Scarpa Maestro Alpine

by Caroline Williams in products brands
The Scarpa Maestro Alpine

Designed for trad climbing at low temperatures (winter conditions), this version offers a high thermic insulation grade thanks to an additional internal layer and a thermic sock. The leather upper riding higher on the foot for extra protection.

It offers stability for standing on small edges and yet has enough flex for smearing. The Maestro Alpine has a straight and slightly downturned shape with a medium-to-low angled toe box. The shoe features a full-length leather base with seamless big toe panel and large seamless four-toe panel, which, allows the toe box to gently mould and shape to your foot.

This unique product, developed in conjunction with Leo Houlding for an expedition to Antartica, is suited to those pushing the boundaries of big Patagonian walls and alpine faces in cold conditions and it’s IPC Tension system (integral power connection) is designed to offer strong support to the foot during prolonged use. Blending Scarpa climbing and mountaineering R&D teams and know how has created a new level in precision meets warmth! The chassis boasts all the attributes of the Maestro mid, which is a full length 1.1mm/1.4mm Talyn midsole, specially shaped, to give maximum support with flex. The special design allows for flexibility at the ball of the foot for smearing while maintaining support on micro footholds. The midsole actively spreads the force for sustained periods on technical face climbs.

Added to these features is the full-length Vibram XS Edge rubber sole unit that gives excellent stability for microcrystals and edges. The 2mm Vibram XS Grip 2 rubber inlay in the heel unit gives further structural support and tension to the shoe while helping maintain the comfort level.

Making the Scarpa Mastro Alpine the perfect climbing solution in footwear that offers comfort, durability and support out on the crag.

For more information contact international@brigantes.com
For UK sales contact warrior@brigantes.com


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