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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.

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Questions & Reviews

3/2/2021
Question from Jeff
 
Can the pictured Maestrale 1.0 instep buckle be repaired or replaced?
3/2/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Jeff. If the sole issue is the rivet that's popped out, you might be able to come up with a fix from the local hardware store. The buckle can be replaced, however, we only stock the instep buckle for the current generation. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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3/1/2021
Question from Chris
 
I have a lot of play in the cuff of the old Alien 1.0 boots (cuff seems to move up and down).

I just ordered some new bushings (last two left, so will need to figure out how to replace the other two), but I'm having trouble getting the hex nut off. Any tips? Is it a 14mm or 15mm size?

Also, any other tips to reduce the play in that joint?

Thanks,
Chris
3/2/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Chris. It sounds like you're on the right track to reduce the cuff play. Scarpa typically uses Loctite when installing that part, which can make it hard to get apart. Taking a soldering iron and placing it on the center of the cuff nut (on the inside of the boot) can help warm up the Loctite, thus making it easier for removal. The cuff nut doesn't have any shaping, however, the cuff screw is a 3mm allen key. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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2/27/2021
Question from Scott
 
Looking to replace this item also.

Thanks
2/27/2021
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Scott,

You are looking for the Maestrale/Gea tongue hinge listed above!
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2/27/2021
Question from Scott
 
Looking for the hardware to replace the missing stuff in the photos.
Thanks!
2/27/2021
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Scott,

Would you be able to send an email to help@skimo.co with a list of all of the items that you are missing?

Currently, it looks like you are missing the rivet that holds the instep buckle in place. To replace that part, you will need a large rivet and a rivet press. However, a t-bolt will also do the trick, can be sourced at your local hardware store, and does not require a rivet press!
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2/25/2021
Question from Jerry Bretton
 
Lost the canting screw/washer snd but got the Scarpa freedom SL do you have any replacement parts for this that would work?
2/25/2021
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Jerry, unfortunately we're not going to have the replacement parts you're looking for. I'd suggest reaching out to Scarpa directly.
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2/21/2021
Question from Gary M
 
Need a maestrale instep buckle rivet, Is there any alternatives. What kind of tool do you need to install the rivet.
2/23/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Gary! It sounds like you need the "Maestrale/Gea RS 2.0 Instep Buckle Rivet," which can be found in the drop-down menu above. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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2/20/2021
Question from Michael Garrity
 
I need this screw and backplate for a Freedom boot. Not sure what it is called.
Thanks.
2/20/2021
Answer from Patrick C
 
Michael,

Unfortunately, we do not have the parts you need, sorry we can't help out!
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2/19/2021
Question from Michael B
 
Just curious if the alien cuff pivot hardware could be used to replace the pivots on another boot whose pivots have loosened, e.g. PDG or Sportiva Sytron/Raceborg. Seems like it could be a way to reduce some of the play that develops over time. Thanks!
2/19/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Michael! Due to the importance of having the correct interface between the shell and the pivot hardware, we would recommend sticking to hardware designed for your particular boot. With that being said, we are fans of science experiments and would love to know how it goes if you do end up trying it out! Please let us know if you have any other questions.
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2/16/2021
Question from Ryan
 
Hi, just wondering when you might be getting more Alien 1.0 Cuff Bushings? Currently it looks like you only have 2 in stock but I need 4 in order to to both boots.

Thanks!

Ryan
2/16/2021
Answer from Will
 
Hey Ryan,

Shoot us an email to help@skimo.co and we'll see what we can do!
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1/25/2021
Question from Peter Bronski
 
I blew a rivet on the buckle of a Scarpa Spirit 4 (about 10 years old). Can any of these newer buckle rivets fit? Would I need a rivet gun to install?
1/26/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Peter. None of the rivets listed here will work to keep that buckle together. The best option would be to go to a hardware store and find a rivet that will fit! You will need a rivet gun to install. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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1/17/2021
Question from andré
 
do you have this part from my scarpa meastrale with screw and nut ?
thanks
1/18/2021
Answer from Will
 
Hey Andre,

Shoot us an email to help@skimo.co and we'll see if we can help ya out!
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1/3/2021
Question from Francois
 
For Maestrale orange colour:
I need the cant screw and outside ring. The attached picture shows what is left of the articulation. What’s it called? Do you carry it in stock? Price and delivery lead time please?
1/5/2021
Answer from Patrick C
 
Francois,

Unfortunately, we are not fully stocked on parts for that version of the Maestrale. If you email us at help@skimo.co we can look into special ordering those parts for you!
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10/26/2020
Question from Luke Brown
 
Hello! Looking for this nut and washer that attach the top buckle guide to the Maestrale RS boots. Which ones will these be? Many thanks!
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9/1/2020
Question from John S.
 
Hi, The allen head of the canting screw on my scarpa freedoms is stripped and will not stay tight. Can you confirm which hardware is correct? I would like to replace the cam, bolt and square nut inside the boot.
9/2/2020
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey John, the screw you're looking for is the "All Models Outside Cant Screw." As we don't carry the Freedom boot we also don't carry hardware specific to that boot model so I'm not completely sure these will fit your boot properly, but your best bet for the cam and nut replacement is the "Canting Cam" and "Canting Nut."
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6/7/2020
Question from Ty Guarino
 
I am looking for the outside cuff washer for the newest Maestrale RS (Black/white with yellow buckles). I am wondering if you have those or if they are the same as something else you might have in stock.
6/7/2020
Answer from Jeff
 
Ty, What you need is the F1 Outside Cuff Washer, it is the same for the Maestrale.
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6/4/2020
Question from Rainer Hummel
 
I need the square nut and Phillips screw that holds the Velcro power strap of my scarpa txpro boots. I see what looks like the right square nut on your site. Do you also have the screw? See attached picture for the two pieces of hardware I need.
Thanks!
6/4/2020
Answer from Jeff
 
Rainer, afraid we do not have either of those parts. All of the square nuts you see in the picures are larger, they are nuts for cuff pivots. You should be able to find a similar T-nut and matching screw in a hardware store.
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2/9/2020
Question from Ramon Garcia
 
Hello, I lose the cant screws of maestrale orange, black and blue. I found the picture of the cant kit in your webside, but I don’t know the name you give it to buy it. I attach the picture.
2/10/2020
Answer from Patrick C
 
Hello! I want to make sure that I understand what you mean by the, "cant screws," before telling you which part is appropriate. If you can send a picture of the broken piece on your boot to help@skimo.co we can help you from there. I look forward to hearing from you!

Patrick // Skimo Co
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1/21/2020
Question from Demetri V.
 
This question may have been answered above, but I just want to confirm. I have the (2015? 2016? 2017?) Scarpa Maestrale RS boots. Specifically, these are the ones with the white lower, black cuff, and orange/blue buckles (see attached image). This boot uses Scarpa's "Axial Alpine Technology." Which is fancy-speak for the tongue that swings out to the side. This tongue pivots about two grey (plastic?) hinges, and I have broken one of mine.

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?
1/25/2020
Answer from TSB
 
Hi Demitri, while I don't believe the tongue hinge or tongue nut are *exactly* what was specc'ed on your Maestrale RS (that looks like the 2015/16 vintage), they're as close to OEM as you'll be able to get! If you can send us some photos at help@skimo.co with metric measurements of the rivet hole and hinge length, we can confirm the fit on the parts.
1/19/2021
Answer from Juan G
 
Hi:
Any resolution on this? I have the same problem on the same boots.

thanks
1/19/2021
Answer from Meech
 
Hey Juan,

Of course! Skimo.co came through and hooked me up, as always. Not sure if they still have the parts in stock, though. I believe I remember needing to ream out the existing hole a little bit to accommodate the new hardware, but everything worked out in the end.
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12/15/2019
Question from Lee A Fortin
 
I need all the inner and outer cuff pivot hardware for the Scarpa F1. Do you have a kit for this or do I need to order individual parts? If it is individual parts what are they?
12/16/2019
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Lee, we do stock the inner and outer pieces for the F1 pivots; however, we're out of stock of the interior piece. Reach out to help@skimo.co to set up a special order or find a replacement part.
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11/20/2019
Question from martin
 
Hi,
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.
thanks, Martin
11/20/2019
Answer from Jeff
 
Martin, no special tools required. Probably the Loctite is tight. You can apply some WD 40 to loosen it up. And/or apply some heat to the screwhead to break it free.
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