Dalbello designed the DS collection specifically for on-piste skiing, and the Men's DS 130 Ski Boot is the most aggressive option for equally aggressive skiers. Its 130 flex is the stiffest option available on the market, and Dalbello's Powercage (the lime green exoskeleton outline) delivers uncompromising control and power transmission. The DS is also surprisingly versatile with adjustable canting, ramp, and forward lean to feel aggressive on race days or comfy on casual ski days with the family. With a wide 100mm last, the DS 130 leaves plenty of room inside the boot for layers, or so your toes and splay out a little better. Combine that wide last with a customizeable shell and liner, and your foot should stay comfortable from first chair to last. The Dura-Grip sole is DIN certified for alpine bindings, and you can replace them with Grip Walk soles for bindings that accommodate rockered soles. There's a 3D Grip texture at the arch that drastically increases the sole's traction and edge control.
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