Dalbello Sports Krypton AX 120 ID Ski Boot

Dalbello Sports Krypton AX 120 ID Ski Boot
Dalbello Sports Krypton AX 120 ID Ski Boot
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Krypton AX 120 ID Ski Boot by Dalbello Sports
The Dalbello Krypton AX 120 ID Ski Boot is an aggressive freeride boot looking to slash pow, send cliffs, and Mach down the hill at highly illegal speeds. The stiff 120 flex suits hard-charging shredders looking for bell to bell power and precision, while the 3-piece Cabrio design delivers consistent flex and control all the way down. The Krypton AX is slightly more forgiving than the Krypton Pro, so you won't feel like these kicks are riding you down the hill when the pow turns to chopped up crud, and the heat-moldable liner lets you dial in a custom fit before you hit the slopes. Dura-Grip heel and toe pieces help keep you upright on icy above-the-chair hikes and treacherous parking lot crossings, and they're easily replaced if your soles wear out before your boots do.

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