Alpine Touring Ski Boots
$749.00 - $900.00
With the KORE 1 G, you follow your own paths. The combination of lightness, performance, ski-hike mechanism and Dynafit Tech inserts is just right for your freeskiing adventure. The new Supperleggera buckles ensure a precise and comfortable fit. The ski-hike mechanism offers a 45° freedom of movement. This creates a precise connection between upper and lower material. The upper cuff safety ratchet has been designed to keep the buckle open during ascent, so you can accelerate confidently in the downhill phase. The upper contains Grilflex, a lightweight and high-performance plastic, along with 3D adjustment for the perfect fit. With Duo Flex you can precisely control your ski in all corners. - Last: S 1850cc - Shell: GRILFLEX - Liner: Perfect Fit 3D CUSTOM HIKE, HP Frame Footbed, 40mm Velcro - Buckles: 4 screwed micro-adjustable Superleggera buckles, buckle closure - Features: Smart frame, Graphene, Duo Flex, Ski Hike mechanism
$599.95 - $800.00
The Lupo AX 120 has a new 100mm last that makes the legendary fit and performance of the Krypton's Cabrio design available to more skiers by offering a wider last. This crossover Freeride/Touring boot can be used equally well inside the resort or out. Tech inserts and a removable external tongue help you go up, and the legendary freeride performance of the Cabrio design allows you to rip it up for the way down. Unlike overlap boots adapted for touring, where the lower shell is modified (weakened) to allow the boot to go into walk mode, Dalbello's Cabrio design uses the same lower shell design in both touring and non-touring applications. The new IF AIR liner is thermo-formable for instant break-in after just a few minutes of heating by the shop.
The new Lupo Pro HD targets the hard charging freeride customer who wants the full set of touring functions combined with a stiff, durable, high-performance shell and tongue. Utilizing the popular Krypton architecture, this boot comes with tech inserts and a removable Kinetic Response Tongue that goes on and off in an instant. Built specifically for the local, patroller, and die-hard big-mountain skier, the Lupo Pro HD's shell is made from the same polyurethane used in our race boots, yet still comes in at a reasonable 1990 grams in ski mode, and just 1835 grams with tongue removed for hiking.
Dalbello introduces its first series of dedicated Alpine Touring boots ever, with a brand-new shell design and construction method that seeks to provide a more contoured fit than past designs have achieved. When seeking the lightest weight possible, the stiffness of the materials used limits the amount of contour that the shell can provide, compromising fit. With Dalbello’s new Bonded Shell construction, the shell is injected in two distinct lengthwise sections and then bonded with an infrared welding process. Each of the individual shell pieces have much more contour than if injected as a single piece. Once bonded, the new Quantum series boots have a better fit than traditional ultralight shells can deliver. The new Quantum model comes in at 1150 grams per boot, with polyamide composite shell material and a full Ultralon Quantum Sport liner. The closure system consists of a dual-link cuff that is cinched together with a Dyneema rope for security and power transmission on the descent. The lower shell closure includes Dalbello’s new Quantum lacing system with a full, heavy-duty gaiter that has an anti-abrasion pad for durability. The lower shell also features a full-length boot board—not a standard feature in this category—providing warmth and custom-fitting capability.
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