Dalbello Sports IL Moro Ski Boot

Dalbello Sports IL Moro Ski Boot
Dalbello Sports IL Moro Ski Boot
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IL Moro Ski Boot by Dalbello Sports
Hitting rails and stomping big landings in a pair of stiff, unforgiving boots is a great way to wreck your ankles. The Dalbello IL Moro ID Ski Boot delivers the progressive forward flex freeskiers need while maintaining the aggressive feel necessary to drive wide pow skis down big lines. The IL Moro wouldn't be a bonafide Dalbello if it didn't lay claim to the legendary three-piece Cabrio shell structure. The design consists of a PU shell and cuff with a polyamide tongue that gives the boot a more forgiving and deeper forward flex. This, when coupled with the shock-absorbing footboard, makes the IL Moro a solid piece of landing gear when you're sending sliding rails, dropping 30-foot cliffs, and launching yourself off massive booters in the backcountry.

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SKU: DBL005A
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