Dalbello Sports DS 110 Ski Boot - Women's

Dalbello Sports DS 110 Ski Boot - Women's
Dalbello Sports DS 110 Ski Boot - Women's
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DS 110 Ski Boot - Women's by Dalbello Sports
When you're powering your way through tight trees or steep chutes, you'll do so with plenty of confidence--and the Dalbello DS 110 Ski Boot strapped firmly on, of course. This hard-charging boot uses a stiff, lightweight shell that effectively transfers power into you ski without weighing you down, and features a thermo-moldable liner that gives you a personalized fit for ultimate control over your sticks. Dalbello's My Fit System means that the shell is moldable as well, for working more room into the boot over personal hot spots. A stiff flex index of 110 is just what the doctor orders for experienced or more aggressive skiers, putting you in the front seat whether you're slashing powder or carving up fresh corduroy, and the mid-volume last will fit a large range of feet.

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