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La Sportiva Starlet 2.0 Boot


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 your balance.
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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
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
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Eric Krawczyk
Are the S3 inserts a separate part to be compatible with frame fritche free rides and typical downhill bindings? If so how can I get another pair? And also another pair of warmsole inserts?
Answer from Carlos M
Hi Eric,

The S3 Insert is not a separate part, it's integrated into the rear bail of the boot and makes the boot compatible with SkiTrab TR2 Bindings (now discontinued) in addition to tech bindings and potentially some hybrid bindings. It will not work with regular alpine bindings, but La Sportiva does state that it is compatible with frame bindings that are designed to work with an ISO9523 sole. The Warmsole inserts are the stock footbeds that came with the boot - unfortunately, we do not carry them, and since the boot is discontinued, your best bet for finding them would probably be to contact La Sportiva directly.
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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.
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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