All parts sold as individuals unless noted otherwise.
Alien 1.0 Cuff Bushing: The bushing that helps your boot walk and is probably worn out if you’re looking for it.
Alien 1.0 Knurled Cuff Spacer: A ridged spacer used in the cuff pivot of the Alien 1.0 (old model).
Alien 1.0 Outside Cuff Washer: The outermost washer on your Alien 1.0 (old model) that helps keep the bolt tight while retaining walking ability.
Alien 1.0 Cuff Nut: The hexagonal threaded cuff nut that works in conjunction with the outside cuff washer and cuff screw to assemble the cuff pivot.
Alien Cuff Nut: The threaded cuff nut that works in conjunction with the outside cuff washer and cuff screw to assemble the cuff pivot.
Alien Cuff Screw: The screw that holds the Alien cuff pivot together.
Alien Outside Cuff Washer: The outside cuff washer for the first-generation Alien.
Alien Powerstrap Holder: The little clip that attaches onto the cuff of the Alien. Easy to lose but even easier to replace.
Short Rivet: Short rivest for buckels and eyelets for the Alien 1.0 and 3.0
Alien RS Rivet Long: The rivet used to affix cable guides and the leash ring to the cuff of the Alien RS.
Alien Tongue Screw: The small torx screw that attaches the tongue and Boa assembly to the shell of the boot.
AT Boots Catch Screw: The screw that bolts your ski/walk lever or buckle catch to your cuff or lower shell.
F1 Inside Cuff Nut: The nut that goes on the inside of the cuff pivot to help keep everything tensioned appropriately.
F1 Outside Cuff Washer: The external cuff washer that keeps your boots walking freely and looking pretty.
F1/F1 LT Buckle Rivet: The rivet that attaches the cuff buckle to the cuff of F1-series boots.
F1/Maestrale/Gea Tongue Screw: The screw that attaches the tongue of the F1/Maestrale/Gea to the lower shell.
F1 Cuff Pivot/Freedom Buckle Ladder Screw: The screw that secures the cuff pivot on the F1 and F1 LT. Also attaches the ladder to the Freedom series boots.
Maestrale/Gea RS 2.0 Ski/Walk Mech Screw: The screw holding the Ski-Walk mechanism onto your Maestrale or Gea RS 2.0 boot.
Maestrale/Gea RS 2.0 Cuff Nut: The inner nut for the cuff pivot on your Maestrale or Gea RS 2.0.
Maestrale/Gea RS 2.0 Cuff Screw Blk: The black screw that holds the inside cuff pivot and instep strap together.
Maestrale/Gea RS 2.0 Instep Strap Nut: The interior nut that holds both the cuff pivot and the instep strap.
Maestrale/Gea RS 2.0 Instep Buckle Rivet: The rivet that fastens the instep buckle to the boot.
Maestrale/Gea RS 2.0 Instep Buckle Washer: The washer that prevents the Instep Buckle Rivet from sliding out.
Maestrale/Gea RS 2.0 Upper Wave Catch Nut: The nut that holds the end of the Wave Cable to the boot shell below the instep buckle.
Maestrale/Gea RS 2.0 Shell Wave Cable Guide: The black piece that guides the Wave Cable back around on the lower shell nearest the toe.
Maestrale/Gea RS 2.0 Wave Cable Guide Nut: The nut that affixes the Wave Cable Guide to the boot.
Maestrale/Gea Shell Cable Screw: The screw that affixes both the toe-end of the Wave Cable as well as the Cuff Buckle Catch.
Outer Cuff Screw: A silver screw that holds the instep strap to the cuff pivot on Maestrale/Gea series boots.
Rivet Holder: A metal washer for anchoring rivets that is used by the Maestrale, Gea, Alien, F1, F1 LT, and Alien RS.
Square Inside Cuff Nut: Nut for the cuff pivot on first gen Maestrale/Gea boots.
Rear Tech Fitting: An individual heel fitting. Compatible with most any tech boot. (screw not included)
Tech Heel Sole Screw:Screw that is used to mount Rear Tech Fitting to the heel of the boot.
Questions & Reviews
Patrick // Skimo Co
I know that Scarpa makes a replacement kit for these, but I can't seem to purchase them off of the Scarpa website. I noticed that one of the Scarpa Hardware options that you have is "Maestrale/Gea Tongue Hinge" and "Maestrale/Gea Tongue Nut." Would these be the replacement parts that I'm looking for?
On my Alien 1.0 the cuff bushing is probably worn out. Do I need special tools to replace this? I already tried to open the cuff screws using allen wrench but this needs quite a lot of force, so I stopped trying.
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