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Scarpa Maestro Climbing Shoe - Men's

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    Conduct your climb.

    There are climbs that make you look like a bear battling its way up a tree, and then there are climbs that make you look like a conductor in the middle of a harmonious orchestra, smoothly transitioning from one move to the next. When it comes to big walls, you hope each pitch feels like the latter, and the Scarpa Men's Maestro Climbing Shoe is the baton of choice whether you're smearing up the first half of El Cap or edging through the last. This climbing shoe boasts a masterful balance of technical performance and long-lasting comfort. It's one of the few climbing shoes out there that uses different rubbers in the heel and toe; Vibram's XS Edge amplifies the toe's technique on vertical, crimpy climbs, while a more flexible Vibram XS Grip enhances the heel's smearing on slabby pitches. A sole this unique deserves an equally innovative upper, so Scarpa made it out of an original, three-panel design with leather where you want some stretch to conform to your foot, and microfiber where you don't want stretch. The upper also had an IPC Tension rand to retain the shoe's original, slight downturn for life. A slight downturn gives enough power for tough cruxes, and still stays comfortable when the pitch seems to never end. Scarpa also added a full-length midsole for the support necessary on long multi-pitches.

    • Master of multi-pitches and big wall climbs
    • Slight downturn balances precision with comfort
    • Vibram XS Edge rubber at the toe grips micro-crystals
    • Vibram XS Grip rubber at heel for better flexibility while smearing
    • Three-panel upper with suede and microfiber for a better fit
    • IPC Tension rand maintains solid support on long climbs
    • Talyn midsole adds support and impact-absorption for big walls
    • Item #SCR006M

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    leather, microfiber, ICP Tension rand
    Talyn, full-length (1.1 / 1.4mm)
    Vibram XS Edge (4.0mm) [heel] Vibram XS Grip 2 (2.0mm)
    slight downturn
    Recommended Use
    rock climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Great shoe, but the eyelace eyelet blew

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This shoe stole my heart right out of the box - it edged fantastic, smeared well, jammed even better. I thought I had finally found my fat-footed TC Pro killer.

    and then, one day, the shoelace eyelet blew near the toe. Disappointing as hell that you would spend this kind of money on a shoe and get that in return. IF they fix that, this is a 5/5 star shoe, but that kind of build quality at this kind of a price point is not acceptable. Does backcountry permit this sort of return or would i have to go through Scarpa and pay shipping on a return for something I've gotten probably 10 days out on?

    Encoure, Maestro!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have the Helix for easy, all day comfort, Vapor for bouldering and more technical routes, and got the maestro as a blend of the two - comfort and performance in one. I am stoked and use this shoe exclusively right now. Very comfy, yet rigid and slightly downturned so I could edge those hateful micro crystals at Vedauwoo and walk through delicate crux moves in the Laramie range. The toe rand is a softer rubber, as is the heel. The laces are short though. Another inch or two would be nice. I haven't noticed any real stretch in about a month of regular use. I wen a half size down from my normal street shoe instead of my usual full size (my Helix are all leather and stretched to the perfect size, while the all synthetic vapors are too tight for all day use) and am very happy (made this decision because of the rubberized toe cap). Below, tiptoeing through the first of two cruxes, 5.11a at the Toaster Wall in the Laramie Range, WY. Scarpa for life!!!

    Encoure, Maestro!