Dalbello Sports CX-1 Ski Boot - Boys'

Dalbello Sports CX-1 Ski Boot - Boys'
Dalbello Sports CX-1 Ski Boot - Boys'
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CX-1 Ski Boot - Boys' by Dalbello Sports
The pint-sized Dalbello CX-1 Kids' Ski Boot makes your little skier's first days on the hill fun and painless thanks to a soft-flexing shell and comfy, cozy Super Comfort Jr. liner shaped just for a short stack's foot. A super-easy ratchet-buckle closure makes dialing in a secure fit a cinch, and low-contour cuff fits small legs comfortably and snugly for shred adventures that bring nothing but smiles. Dalbello also included replaceable and grippy Dura-Grip sole lugs, so your mini ripper will have an easier time navigating stairs and you'll be able to replace the sole instead of buying new boots.

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SKU: DBLN079
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