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SCARPA Maestrale RS 3.0 Boot

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Do you remember the first touring boot you ever heard of? Well, considering how long the SCARPA Maestrale RS has been in Scarpa’s lineup, there’s a pretty good chance that it was this legendary boot. Keeping up with the times, Scarpa was able to add Grilamid Bio - a green alternative - to the V-Frame Cuff of the boot. The bi-injected carbon-infused Grilamid shell keeps the boot as torsionally stiff as possible while keeping the weight down for all the powder hounds out there. Combining a generous 60 degrees range of motion and adopting the Speedlock XT ski/walk mechanism from the Maestrale XT boot, loss of power transmission and time spent fiddling with iced-up walk levers are now a thing of the past. Keeping the tried and true HRS strap and Wave closure systems enables the skiers to maintain the added confidence and power transmission one would expect in the legendary Maestrale heritage. An updated finger strap that works well with gloves and features RECCO technology rounds it out. The SCARPA Maestrale RS is still one of the best all-around touring boots for backcountry skiers who demand a beefy boot that still tours like dream.

  • Bi-injected shell combing Grilamid and Carbon Grilamid LFT, keeps the weight down and the torsional rigidity high.
  • Environmentally friendly Grilamid Bio in the upper cuff keeps the emissions down and your ski performance happy.
  • Speedlock XT ski/walk mechanism for a bomber connection and excellent power transfer.
  • HRS strap and lower Wave Closure system steps away from the standard buckles and cuts the weight down while still accomplishing great heel retention.
  • SCARPA Pro Flex liner is nearly as good as gets for thermoformability and warmth.

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1471g [27.0]
1507g [27.5]
Weight (pair) 2942g [27.0]
3014g [27.5]
Buckles   3 Buckles+ Finger Strap
Boot Sole Length   288mm [24.5/25.0]
297mm [25.5/26.0]
306mm [26.5/27.0]
314mm [27.5/28.0]
322mm [28.5/29.0]
331mm [29.5/30.0]
340mm [30.5/31.0]
348mm [31.5/32.0]
Binding Compatibility   Tech, Hybrid, ISO 9523
Cuff Rotation   60°
Forward Lean(s)   16°+ -2°
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   Carbon Grilamid LFT, Grilamid Bio, Pebax
Liner   Scarpa Pro Flex Performance
Sole   Vibram Cayman PRO (ISO 9523)
Skimo Co Says
Usage Free touring and everyday backcountry use
Notes Updated Grilamid Bio material, updated power strap, beefy walk lever, and a different color scheme
Bottom Line The go-to boot for anything you might find in the backcountry just got some nice updates
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Mack
Hi. What is the last width for the RS?
I have size 27.0 orange Mistraeles from 2016 and am looking to upgrade. Are these similar fit?
Answer from Emmett I
Hi Mack,

It's got a 101mm last in a 26. The fit didn't change noticeably between the ones you have and this 3.0 version. If the orange ones fit you, so will the 3.0.
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Question from Hugo
Does it fit alpine ski binding ? Thanks
Answer from Niko M
Hi Hugo! With the ISO 9523 rating, they will be compatible with MNC and Sole.ID alpine bindings. Thanks!
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Question from Alex
How does the fit of this boot compare to the Hoji Free? Or the TLT8s? I have a narrow heel and a low volume foot...but so low volume that boot shape alone rarely holds my foot in place well. The cross-foot strap which the Hoji/Radical/TLT and the Maestrale all share has done a good job of keeping my foot where it needs to be-but I wonder if this boot might be too high volume for me. Looking for a boot that lives between the TLT and the Radical, but accommodates a low volume+narrow heel. Thanks!
Answer from Niko M
Hi Alex! The Maestrales are lower-volume boots throughout when compared to the Hoji Frees and TLT8s. None of these are true low-volume boots however, and you may find a better fit elsewhere. To dive into the details, fill out our   Boot Fitter. Thanks!
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Question from Eric S
Any comments on the fit of these boots, vs. version 2.0?

Version 2.0 was very very wide in the heel compared with version 1.0. Does version 3.0 retain that .. or perhaps is a bit more anatomogical?
Answer from Brett S
Thanks for reaching out, Eric! The fit is almost identical between the 2.0 and 3.0. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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Question from Jordan D
How do these ski compared to Salomon MTN Lab?
Answer from Julieana
Hey Jordan,
Both the MTN Lab and the Maestrale claim a 120 flex, however these in reality will have a more progressive flex and be a bit stiffer than the MTN labs as they've got a more sturdy structure overall and more buckles as well. This translates to a stiffer, more alpine boot feel and performance when skiing downhill.
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