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ALPINE AT SKI MODULE

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INTRODUCING SCARPA'S BRAND NEW ALPINE AT CATEGORY

New for FW23/24, SCARPA is excited to announce our brand-new Alpine AT category with the introduction of the Quattro family: our most versatile, powerful, lightest in class, Alpine AT boots. By incorporating a low stack height for instant impulse transmission, a hybrid wrap construction with the feel of a traditional alpine ski boot, and a 61-degree range of motion for walking. The Quattro family are perfectly suited for skiers skiing both on-piste precision and backcountry performance. These boots feature DIN ISO 232223 certified GripWalk sole nd are compatible with bindings that display the logo GripWalk logo or name. This includes Alpine, MNC, ID, AT and TLT bindings. Quattro - One Boot For All

ALPINE AT
MEET THE 4-QUATTRO XT

The NEW 4-QUATTRO XT is the lightest Alpine AT boot in its class. The PRESA® outsole is compatible with all GripWalk certified ski bindings.  The Quattro XT shell and cuff are constructed of planet-friendly Grilimid® Bio and incorporates a Carbon Grilimid® insert in the rear of the shell for increased torsional stability, power transmission, and control. Power, precision, and sustainability come together to make the 4-Quattro XT the perfect boot for hard chargers, snow professionals, both on and off piste.

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  • Grilamid® Bio shell for lightweight, planet-friendly performance 

  • Carbon Core insert for increased torsional rigidity and power transmission 

  • Alpine Axial Hybrid construction for fit and precision of alpine ski boot

  • Dynamic Booster Strap for increased performance 

  • Intuition Liner 

LAST
 

100MM

FLEX MEN
 

130

FLEX WMN
 

115

RANGE OF MOTION

61°

FORWARD LEAN
 

17° ± 2°

TECH FEATURES 

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4-QAUTTRO XT QUICK SPECS

4-QUATTRO XT | MEN'S
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  • 1500 grams

  • Last: 100mm

  • Flex: 130

  • Range of Motion: 61°

4-QUATTRO XT | WOMEN'S
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  • 1345 grams

  • Last: 100mm

  • Flex: 115

  • Range of Motion: 61°

ALPINE AT
MEET THE 4-QUATTRO SL

The NEW 4-QUATTRO SL is the lightest, most powerful Alpine AT boot in its class. The PRESA® outsole is compatible with all GripWalk certified ski bindings. The Quattro SL shell and cuff are constructed of planet-friendly Pebax® Rnew and incorporates a Carbon Grilimid® insert in the rear of the shell for increased torsional stability, power transmission, and control. Versatility, precision, and sustainability come together to make the 4-Quattro SL the perfect boot for all skiing pursuits, both on and off piste.

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  • Pebax® Rnew shell for lightweight, planet-friendly performance 

  • Carbon Core insert for increased torsional rigidity and power transmission 

  • Alpine Axial Hybrid construction for fit and precision of alpine ski boot

  • Traditional Finger Strap top closure for secure fit.

  • Intuition Liner

LAST
 

100MM

FLEX MEN
 

120

FLEX WMN
 

100

RANGE OF MOTION

61°

FORWARD LEAN
 

17° ± 2°

TECH FEATURES 

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4-QAUTTRO SL QUICK SPECS

4-QUATTRO SL | MEN'S
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  • 1430 grams

  • Last: 100mm

  • Flex: 120

  • Range of Motion: 61°

4-QUATTRO SL | WOMEN'S
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  • 1290 grams

  • Last: 100mm

  • Flex: 100

  • Range of Motion: 61°

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4-QUATTRO XT VS 4-QUATTRO SL COMPARISON

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quattro family vs maestrale/gea family

Some questions you may get asked are: “What’s the difference between the Maestrale and Quattro?” Aside from materials and tech details already covered, let’s look at some basic but key differences that could help make a customer’s decision on which boot is best for them easier: 

BOOT SOLE LENGTH

Quattro Family BSL is 9mm shorter than comparable Maestrale/Gea model. Example: Quattro 27 (299mm) and Maestrale 27 (308mm)

The Quattro uses a PU outsole whereas the Maestrale/Gea use a Vibram® rubber outsole. While the Quattro’s PU outsole is full-coverage (a unique feature for a GripWalk boot), it can be just slightly less grippy on smooth wet surfaces. If you spend a lot of time in the backcountry with your skis strapped to your pack walking across slippery rocks, etc, just note that rubber is stickier than PU. 

LAST

While this doesn’t seem like a huge difference, the major factor here is the wrap around design of the Alpine Axial Hybrid system on Quattro vs the traditional “tongue” construction on the Maestrale/Gea. This hybrid construction gives the feel and precision of a true alpine ski boot while still having enough flexibility to make it appropriate for long tours in the backcountry. Keep in mind though, since the Maestrale/Gea have more volume overall in the shell, along with slightly thicker sidewalls/liner that could provide better warmth on cold days deep in the backcountry.

ISO CERTIFICATION/BINDING COMPATIBILITY

Quattro Family: ISO 23223 – will work in any GripWalk certified binding. This includes Alpine, MNC, ID, AT, and TLT style bindings.

Maestrale/Gea Family: ISO 9523 – will only work in TLT/AT certified bindings.

FIT

The Quattro’s fit is completely different than the Maestrale/Gea. The Quattro has a much lower instep volume and stand-height. I highly encourage everyone to do your own visual comparison between the two families ASAP. In short the Quattro family has a lower-volume shell, and a much lower stand-height in comparison to the Maestrale/Gea family.

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