Dalbello Sports Panterra 105 ID Ski Boot - Women's

Dalbello Sports Panterra 105 ID Ski Boot - Women's
Dalbello Sports Panterra 105 ID Ski Boot - Women's
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Panterra 105 ID Ski Boot - Women's by Dalbello Sports
As the stiffest of Dalbello's all-mountain ski boot collection for women, the Panterra 105 delivers performance and response for advanced skiers who also demand comfort and adjustability. Redesigned to include Dalbello's Power Cage design, the 3-piece shell delivers smooth and progressive flexibility, the tongue can be swapped out to change stiffness, and both the shell and liner can be molded by a boot-fitter for ultimate comfort. The adjustability doesn't stop there, either. Additional updates to the Panterra include a variable ramp angle, cantable soles, and an adaptable collar design. After all, your ski boot isn't truly your ski boot until you've molded it into exactly what you need for long days and big runs.

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SKU: DBL005B
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