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The Scarpa Women's Maestro Climbing Shoe is a technical shoe for climbing the rock face. Featuring eco leather and a low cut, it offers minimal protection surrounding the foot that won't get in the way. The active rand supports throughout the day and sticky Vibram® XS Edge rubber grabs the rock.
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FEATURES of the Scarpa Women's Maestro Climbing Shoe
Premium eco leather inreases durability, comfort and tempers the environmental impact of the tanning process
Innovative fabric pattern of the upper relocates stitching for increased over-toe comfort
New active rand, the intergrale plus, increases all-day support without compromising performance, but with a higher-charged rand than the maestrale mid
New last delivers all-day performance in an extended position
Vibram XS Edge
Off Trail, Mountain
We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Climbing, Mountaineering and Alpine
Rated 5 out of
First time Scarpa buyer[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I typically wear Katanas and was looking for something different, just because. I would have just bought another pair but these came along. I wear a 38 in Katanas and went down a half size in these. I think the rubber will take less time than the 3 months it takes to break in the Katanas as they are way stiffer. That said, the Katanas lasted a LONG time and I will be curious to see the durability of the Maestro. I have a narrow foot with a slightly wider toe box - if this helps. It is impossible for me to find shoes that fit properly. I ordered several different brands and sizes before I finally settled on these.