Bring your boots back to tip top shape.
Replace or upgrade your old worn-out soles on your alpine ski boots with the Scarpa Women's Vibram Mountain Plus Sole. This sole features a co-injected steel plate for a more powerful and reliable connection than most soles, and the rubber heel has a special lug design to give you an excellent grip on any terrain. Scarpa designed this sole specifically for snowy situations because it reduces snow buildup so well. This sole is compatible with all of the AT and Quick Step-In system bindings on the market.
- Co-injected steel plate with rubber heel
- Compatible with all AT and Quick Step-In system bindings on the market
- Item #SCR0274
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February 14, 2015
Hi i'm Daniela , I wanted to know if this package includes the Dynafit-Inserts. Because I bought the item from you and there was not inside.
October 14, 2014
I have a pair of Scarpa Gea RS. I currently am using them with dynafit bindings. If I want to switch to marker bindings will I need to buy this product (or a similar product) to make my boots marker compatible
October 14, 2014
Hey Sean, First of all, looking at the Scarpa website - the mountain plus sole is only compatible with their freedom boot series. The Gea is compatible with any AT or tech binding - so the Baron, Tour or Duke would work for sure. Marker makes a non-touring alpine binding called the Lord SP that can accommodate both AT and alpine soles - that would work as well. ALSO - Marker developed a new binding this year called the Kingpin which is the first DIN certified tech binding on the market. So if you want to stick with a tech binding, you can go that route. Alpine bindings (ISO 5355) like the Marker Squire, Griffon, Free Ten, Jester are not made to accommodate a Vibram sole like this one or the one currently on your Gea (assuming you have the stock Vibram Cayman sole now). A lot of bindings with adjustable toe height do seem to "work" with AT soles, but they are not certified to release properly. Hopefully that helps!