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Scarpa
Maestro Mid Eco Climbing Shoe - Men's

4 out of 5 stars
5 Reviews
Current price: $97.48 Original price: $194.95
50% off
Color:Stone/Light Grey

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Because that crux pitch means business.

Where comfier climbing shoes don't give the performance you need for a cruxy sequence high up on a multi-pitch, and high-performing climbing shoes feel too uncomfortable to wear all day, the Scarpa Men's Maestro Mid Eco Climbing Shoe treads the line between comfort and performance so you can have the best of both worlds. It sports an ever-so-subtle downturn to amplify the performance you need for the crux, and moderate asymmetry creates a comfier fit when compared to most aggressive, downturned shoes. The IPC-Tension rand surrounds the upper to maintain the shoe's subtle downturn and moderate asymmetry for life, and Scarpa heightened the eco-friendly leather upper for better coverage in cracks. Vibram's XS Edge rubber gives this sole a stiff feel for the support needed on long multi-pitches.


Details

  • Climbing shoe balances performance with comfort for multi-pitches
  • IPC-Tension maintains subtle aggression for life
  • Eco-friendly leather upper in a mid-top length for coverage
  • Stiff sole made with Vibram XS Edge rubber
  • Item #SCR006K
Upper Material
eco leather (2mm)
Closure
lace
Midsole
Talyn (1.4mm)
Rubber
Vibram XS Edge (4mm)
Claimed Weight
9.7oz
Asymmetrical Curvature
moderate
Last
FY
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
Profile
slight downturn

Overall Rating

4 based on 5 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

November 15, 2023

True to size out of box

Size Bought:
42.5
Height:
5' 9"
Weight:
166

I wear 9.5 street shoes, bought 42.5. Comfy out of box, worried about stretch but feel like all day shoes for big wall. Unsure what the other reviews were saying.

ebep880095 e
4 out of 5 stars

August 1, 2023

Wrong shoe

Familiarity:
I returned this product before using it

The design is amazing and honestly, I’m still new to climbing and picking the correct shoes. I would say it fits pretty true to size but if you’re more flat footed like I am, these more aggressive shoes will not do. I thought I needed a bigger size and I went up one whole size but I was wrong haha. My heel had too much gap in the back. This is for more advanced climbers. The material feels durable and seem like they will last! If I were advanced, I’d get these.

Jessica J
4 out of 5 stars

July 2, 2023

kinda small sizing

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
44
Height:
5' 10"
Weight:
180

the first pair of shoes I got I ordered in 42 1/2 EU (I'm size 9 1/2 US) when I got the shoes they were to tight, so I sized up to a 44 EU and they fit great. I can wear them with socks without it being to tight, and they have a great feel to them so far. if you're looking at getting these shoes just make sure you size up a little.

xavier undefined
3 out of 5 stars

June 5, 2023

Size up, a lot….

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Size Bought:
46.5
Height:
6' 3"
Weight:
220

Scarpa climbings shoes and mountaineering boots always fit me so well. So when I was looking for an all-day comfort trad shoe for long multipitch climbing, I got excited about the Maestros, especially with the current discount. I sized up a half size from what I usually find comfortable with Scarpa so I can wear with socks, and dang—these are the most uncomfortable climbing shoes I’ve ever worn. They’re tinyyyy, and the stitching above the laces on the bottom lace digs into your smaller toes until they’re bruised and bloodied. I’ve tried stretching them with use, heat, and hot water, to no avail. These are unwearable. I can’t even use them for single pitch cragging, let alone long multipitch. Dang, Scarpa, I’m so bummed!

Benjamin M
4 out of 5 stars

September 26, 2020

Size up for multi-pitch comfort!

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
44
Height:
5' 11"
Weight:
145

I'm a long time devotee of the La Sportiva Miura velcros, but I needed something more comfortable to wear for hours on multi-pitch routes. My favorite Cinderella slipper-fit Miuras are 43s that I have re-soled about 3 times. I tried these Scarpa Maestro shoes in 43... they seemed to fit well in the store, but gave me terrible toenail bruises and pain the first time I wore them on real rock. Granted it was a very hot day, but ow. I couldn't wear the Scarpa Maestro 43s again after that. Even in the gym, they felt too tight. Sizing up a full size to 44 has been the ticket for me. The laces allow me to adjust them to wear with or without socks. Love them! The only way they could be better for me is if the heel and ankle area were a wee bit tighter. Nobody makes climbing shoes for women with big but slender feet. *shrug*

Traci L