The beauty of Intuition liners is that you can heat mold them to custom fit your feet. Heat molding allows you to create the optimal liner for your foot’s unique structure. This short video shows you the tools and techniques needed to make your liner fit perfectly and comfortably. See below for a full list of SCARPA boots with Intuition liners.
SCARPA Ski Boot Liner Molding from SCARPA North America on Vimeo.
- Hurricane Pro
- Maestrale RS
- Gea RS
- Alien 1.0
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SCARPA General Ski Boot Maintenance from SCARPA North America on Vimeo.
We can’t drive it home enough, your ski boots are your most important piece of gear. They allow you to effectively steer your skis, stay in control, and if fitted correctly, keep your feet and ankles safe after ejecting from your skis after a nasty crash. This video will show you when it’s time to change your edge guard and how to replace it. You’ll also learn the fastest way to clean your ski/walk mode mechanism, replace your buckles, replace your Axial Alpine hinge so you can then repair or replace your hinge or tongue, and finally, replace your Axial Alpine tongue.
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Combining the downhill chops of alpine performance with the seamless ergonomics of backcountry touring, SCARPA has produced their new women’s Freedom SL, the female specific all-mountain, hard-charging freeride ski boot. Matching strength and efficiency in one complete package, the women’s Freedom SL boots were developed with an anatomical last and cuff height for female foot shapes to maximize precision performance, comfort and fit. With best in class features and performance, alpine stiffness, superior range of cuff motion and weight, and an innovative DIN/Tech fitting sole system, The Freedom SL is all about her. Continue reading...
It can’t be said enough – your ski boots are the most important part of your gear set up. They provide you with power, support, and the ability to control your skis. Almost all of your steering capabilities come from the movements you make with your boots. If they’re too big, you might as well be skiing in gym shoes. If they’re too small, you risk black toes or worse, ingrown toenails. This short video explains exactly how to fit a SCARPA ski boot so you can ski on or off piste in perfect control.
SCARPA Boot Fitting from SCARPA North America on Vimeo.
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SCARPA really liked the Freedom SL, so they made a PU version. And, why not? The Freedom is a slightly simpler version of the award winning SL. It’s the same design crafted by Chris Davenport and the Parisotto family, it still drives big boards at the resort, and still tours more smoothly than any freeride boot of its ilk. So, the PU weighs a little more than its Pebax brethren, it also costs significantly less at $599. Continue reading...
A body in motion stays in motion. At least it does if you’re Chris Davenport. The SCARPA athlete is currently on the road keeping up with the professional side of being a career skier. Meetings, appearances, hob-knobbing with politicians, and juggling family responsibilities—it’s not all about clicking into his skis. There’s actual work, of which he’s been doing a lot. From the terminal he was able to squeak in some time to update us of his latest exploits and plans for the coming winter. Continue reading...
It’s no secret that freedom comes with responsibility. And SCARPA has risen to the task with their new Freedom SL, an all-mountain, hard-charging freeride ski boot that combines strength and efficiency in one complete package. Designed with input from big mountain ski pioneer Chris Davenport, SCARPA’s Freedom SL boots were developed with alpine stiffness, superior range of cuff motion and weight, and an innovative DIN/Tech fitting sole system. Already the boots have won several awards from Ski, Skiing, Freeskier, Powder, and Backcountry, and the number is growing. Continue reading...
The results are in, and the verdict speaks for itself: SCARPA’s new Freedom SL and Freedom series freeride ski boots earned eight awards this season from Powder, Ski, Skiing, Freeskier and Backcountry Magazines.
- Freedom SL Women’s
The unique feature of the Freedom series boots is how well they balance downhill performance with the ability to walk and tour like a backcountry boot. The Freedoms aren’t the first to go after this market. But, several editors said, they’re the best yet in that category of boots. Continue reading...
Andrew McLean is one of the best known ski mountaineering athletes in North America. The guy’s written the book (literally) on skiing in the Wasatch, and he’s also known for ski mountaineering descents around the world, including places like Alaska, where he’s skied the three most prominent peaks in the Alaska Range (Denali, Foraker and Hunter), and Antarctica.
With all the climbing required to ski in spots like that, it’s no surprise he’s a fan of light ski boots that offer a lot of range of motion in the cuff for touring. In this video he takes a look SCARPA’s Rush alpine-touring boot, new this season. The women’s version is the Blink. Continue reading...
Isn’t it cool when there’s an upside to choosing a more eco-friendly product?
For a lot of years, SCARPA has been looking to source recycled or otherwise more eco-friendly materials to use in its footwear. In the last year, it began calling out such efforts in it’s Planet Friendly Program, which denotes products make with a substantive materials contribution on one of those fronts. Continue reading...