With a penchant for dropping cliffs, navigating tight chutes, blasting through trees, and charging down the steepest terrain on the mountain, the Dalbello Krypton ID Ski Boot mirrors your freeride-oriented mentality. Boasting an expertly stiff 130 flex, the Krypton gives you the power necessary to drive your big-mountain sticks down the mountain's "expert only" runs, while a narrow 98 millimeter last is ideal for skinny-footed skiers or expert shredders who value a close, precise fit. The Krypton features Dalbello's unique Cabrio construction that uses three separate pieces for the tongue, cuff, and shell to give the boot a smoother power transition, dynamic rebound, and excellent shock absorption--also optimally securing your foot and lower leg for an accurate fit. The pre-formed anatomical contours in the shell provide a comfortable feel on first ride, but can also be fully thermo-molded to your foot shape. In addition, Dalbello granted you the ability to tweak the flex, forward lean, canting, and change out the tongue and footboard for a feel that's fully customized to your ski style and preferences.
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Dalbello Sports Krypton 130 ID Ski Boot
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