Introducing the Maestrale Re-Made, Scarpa’s limited edition ski mountaineering boot, made entirely from production scraps.
A best-selling touring boot, the Scarpa Maestrale has been re-made using recycled materials in a bid to use less carbon.
The Maestrale Re-Made use a cutting-edge polymer derived from around 3 tons of manufacturing scraps, that Scarpa has been recovering from production and storing since as far back as 1995.
Creating a pair of Maestrale Re-Made boots emits 27% less carbon dioxide than the production process involved in creating a “classic” Maestrale boot from Pebax Rnew, which in turn is a plant-based material that emits 32% less carbon dioxide than fossil-based plastics.
The design and entire manufacturing process behind the Re-Made boot were developed by Scarpa’s Green Lab, the production department dedicated to trialling sustainable solutions.
The performance of the Maestrale Re-Made matches that of the original Maestrale – making it the perfect boot for ski mountaineers who seek intuitive and comfortable alpine touring boots with an even bigger reduction in the environmental impact of their boots.