Skier's Choice Draft Picks
Round 5 – Boot Selection, Resort Choice, Pick 3Dalbello’s top-of-the-line three-buckle boot, the Krypton Pro iD, has been a game-changer for me. I’ve always had two problems with boots: width and flex. As if the designers at Dalbello were genies in a lamp, they’ve granted me three wishes: One, new for this year the Krypton Pro iD has added width to its toe box for us thick-footed people; two, the three-piece shell design provides a smooth flex throughout the boot. And Dalbello’s interchangeable tongue system allows me to change my flex from soft (for park) to stiff (for freeride) in 30 seconds (boots include Hex tool). Wondering what the third wish was? Neon green, baby! Neon green.
|Description||The Krypton’s three-piece Cabrio design permits the use of very rigid materials in key performance areas while allowing for smooth flex and easy entry and exit. Unique Dynalink rearfoot retention system prevents shell distortion thereby maximizing energy transfer while providing incredible heel-hold. New for 2011-12, all of Dalbello’s Krypton models incorporate the Contour 4 Fit Technology. C4 mates anatomic shell relief points with inner-boot foot mapping contours to accommodate four critical fit points. C4 Technology provides an incredibly close fit with minimal need for shell modification. The KR PRO comes with an array of customization capabilities, including two sets of tongues and boot boards, and Dalbello’s ID Thermo “Gold” Custom Fit Liners.|