The Maestro Eco Men is not imported to the US. Sadly, this shoe is not available in the US and we have limited ability to track where else in the world it's sold (sorry!). When we know more info, we'll post it here.
Maestro Eco Men
A slimmed down, technical version of the Maestro mid, the low cut Maestro excels on exciting face climbs. With minimal protection around the heel, open lacing, and a deeper more powerful version of the IPC-Tension™ active rand, this shoe provides dynamic support for harder, run out challenges.
|Weight|| 500 g|
Single : 250 g / 8.8 oz (Size 40.5)
|Closure Type||Lace Lace - to the toe|
European sizes 39 - 47 (half sizes); 48 - 50 (whole sizes)|
From your measured size, you'll want to consider downsizing .5 - 2 full sizes. The flatter the shoe, the closer to your measured size; the more downturned / aggressive the shoe, the more you'll want to downsize.
|Best Use (Highest Performance)||
Trad / Crack|
Sport / Face
|Tongue Details||not provided by the brand|
|Last Details|| Shape: Flat (comfort)|
Construction: not provided by the brand
Last : FY Scarpa considers last information super top secret so we can’t define the last types further than the initials FY. But, if you find a Scarpa shoe that fits, any Scarpa shoes with the same last initials will fit your foot in a very similar way.
|Upper Material||2.0 mm Eco Leather|
|Midsole Material||1.4 mm Talyn|
|Sole Material|| 4.0 mm
Vibram® XS Edge
|Footbed Lining||not provided by the brand|
The Upper is made from a high quality leather. Using a leather allows the shoe to mold nicely to your foot after about 10 pitches. The rubber that protects the toe is strong enough to protect your foot while toe jamming, yet supple enough to keep a soft feel in the toe box.
The quality and performance of Scarpa’s line of climbing shoes continue to impress me and be my go-to footwear. The Maestro is a great addition to Scarpa’s line and is a wonderful shoe for vertical routes where edging and comfort are needed.
Overall the Scarpa Maestro is an excellent all-rounder which gives more performance than you might expect from a flat shoe, and particularly from a jack of all trades. Whilst the Maestro is comfortable to wear initially, I have experienced some discomfort when wearing it for longer routes due to the softness and lack of support. If you're looking for a flat shoe that will enable you to edge, smear and heel hook effectively without wrecking your feet, I would highly recommend the Maestro; but if you prefer something stiffer in the midsole then you'll unfortunately have to look elsewhere.