Scarpa

SCARPA (SocietaCalzaturieraAsolanaRiunitaPedemontanaAnonima) is a traditional and innovative family-owned company founded in the Asolo/Montebelluna region of the Dolomite Mountains. This region is known for quality handcrafted footwear, but none surpasses the techniques used by the region’s initiator, SCARPA. Some of its top-rated productions include:


Scarpa Maestrale RS: The RS is a stiff and highly sturdy boot designed for mountain hiking. This boot has a carbon infused Grilamid® shell that adds rigidity and backcountry performance. Scarpa Maestrale RSfeatures RECCO® technology, which enhances avalanche searchability. Scarpa Mojito: This is a comfortable casual shoe designed for commutes, campfires and walks around town. It is a cult classic that can also be used for hiking but is stylish enough to be worn in a different setting apart from the mountain. Scarpa Phantom Tech: This is one of the latest productions. It is a lightweight climbing boot that offers warm and sensitive performance. The Phantom tech comes with an offset zip closure and a waterproof breathable membrane. It is the best wear for winter: Scarpa Instinct VS: This shoe has a slightly softer construction than the GTX and has a curved asymmetrical last. For enhanced flexibility, its sole is thin. It can handle different styles and can be worn every day. Scarpa Mont Blanc Pro GTX: This is a highly versatile and durable alpine boot that marries traditional with modern features. It comes with extremely tough leather and has an integrated cuff gaiter that is necessary for protecting the wearer from the elements. It is an excellent performer in snow, mixed alpine terrain and ice.

SCARPA has many firsts, from being the first to develop mountaineering and climbing boots in Italy, being the first footwear manufacturer to export to the US from the Asolo region in 1965 to being the first to develop Gore-Tex boots and plastic telemark skiing boots in 2007.





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