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La Sportiva Starlet 2.0

Brand: La Sportiva
Model: Starlet 2.0
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The Starlet is becoming the default choice for female ski mountaineers. The updated 2.0 version promises to continue that trend with a host of tweaks designed to improve your daily adventures. Pegasus buckles were added to fine-tune your ability to lock your heel in place. The lower shell has a redesigned shape that will fit more feet comfortably out of the box. A new insert system lets you step into just about any backcountry binding on the market. The Starlet 2.0 continues to offer the amazing 68° range of motion that enables you to walk or skin unimpeded. It also feature the one-motion ski/walk mode switch that enables you to transition unimpeded. And to ski unimpeded, the Starlet offers a sweet-flexing tongue supported by a rigid rear vertebrae for full transfer of power. It’s time to upgrade to the 2.0 version of you.

  • EZ Thermo™ liner is form-fitting with skiing or a mold.
  • Warmsole™ inserts insulate your feet from the cold.
  • Fast Lock Closure™ simplifies transitions and thus life.
  • Vertebrae Technology connects the lower and upper shell.
  • S3 Inserts™ work with tech, frame, and TR2 binders.
  • LazerGrip™ soles are grippy and easy to walk in.
  • EZ Flex tongue flexes with your ankles as you stride.
  • Pegasus buckles can be fine-tuned to your arch.
  • Three forward lean positions help set you balance.
Specifications
Weight
-> ounces
1125g [25]
Weight (pair) 2250g [25]
Buckles 1 + Fast Lock
Boot Sole Length 257mm [23/23.5]
267mm [24/24.5]
277mm [25/25.5]
287mm [26/26.5]
Binding Compatibility Tech, Frame, TR2
Cuff Rotation 68°
Forward Lean(s) 12°, 14°, 16°
Specs Verified Yes
Design
Materials Grilamid shell, nylon cuff
Liner Tour Liner
Sole LazerGrip
Skimo Co Says
Usage Ski mountaineering, touring
Notes Compatible with most bindings
Bottom Line Complete package
1/12/2016
Question from Melanie Reed
 
I have an older pair of backcountry bindings (Fritchie Freedrider) and am wondering if these boots are compatible with them? I can't tell if the Starlets have enough of a lip on them to fit into the tip of the Fritchie bindings.
1/12/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Melanie, yes, these can be used with tech, frame, and TR2 bindings. The Freerides fall into the frame category.
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