Own the park and pipe with the Dalbello IL Moro Alpine Ski Boot.

Buckle into the freeride-specific IL Men's Moro Alpine Ski Boot and punish the park, pipe, and anything else with a lip, pop, or drop. Dalbello's signature Cabrio design provides unparalleled fit and flex for advanced and expert skiers. Opt for the IL Moro Boot's medium flex tongue for soft days in the park or beef it up with the stiff tongue when you head on the 'biles for a backcountry session. The lightweight and ridiculously comfortable Silver I.D. thermo-liners give you a custom fit with a simple heat molding process. This boot also features the unique Hyperband wide profile shin pad, a slap-ratchet closure system that replaces the traditional power strap and upper buckle configuration. The IL Moro's full-length anti-shock footbed takes the pins and needles out of each stomp while the 98 millimeter last holds you in a foot-hugging performance fit.

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I wear a size 11 street shoe, do you think...

I wear a size 11 street shoe, do you think a size 28.5 would fit? My foot isn't very wide I'm just worried about the length. Thanks

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first all they have here is a 25.5 so you are out of luck.

so i would go into a boot fitting shop and get fitted. if you plan on then going online to buy you might want to bring them a 6 pack of good beer and be upfront with your plans.

that said depending on your foot shape a 28/28.5 would be a good size for you if you are a true US 11.

5 5

Preform and comfyyyy!

just got these boots this year. iv only had em out twice but i love em. iv had KR rampages in the last couple of years and those don't even compare to the il moro. the intuition liners these come with are comfy and warmer than any other liner iv ever worn. the snowboard binding ratchet strap that replaces the traditional booster strap most boots come with, are SICK! allows for micro-adjust ability. used to get shin bang bad in my old boots and has totally disappeared in these thanks to the liners. no need to bake these liners just wear em a couple times and they form to your foot and don't pack out as soon as if you would bake em. great to hike in as well very COMFYY!!

4 5


These boots are sick. i actually just bought these this year, and have ridden them a couple times. coming from the rampages, these are a way better boot. the new ratchet strap is great. tighten them for pow with stiffer tounges, or loosen them with the soft tounges for park.the colors are also way better than the rasta. dont get me wrong the rasta ones are a cool idea, the just look alot different in real life, not the pics

I'm really interested in these boots but...

I'm really interested in these boots but want to know about the stiffness. It says they are for the park so just want to make sure they arent to soft. Thanks

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They come with a second black tongue that is stiffer. They also come with heal wedges that allows you to change the forward lean of the boot. I use the big wedges and the black tongue. With that setup there is no place the iL Moro can’t go.

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What is the weight of that boot (size 9...

What is the weight of that boot (size 9 US in lbs/kgs?

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backcountry, Just wondering why the price...

backcountry, Just wondering why the price went from 357.00 to 434.00? is it because the msrp. went up on the new ones?

il morro in use

il morro in use

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looks like the windlip that was formed in last chance/road to provo. definitely the bird though, you can see the tram, little cloud, and regulator in the background.

5 5

Love these things

I have had zero issues with these, I suggest trying them on at a shop real quick and if you don't have any painful pressure points then these things will mold awesome to your feet! I have rode these in the park, all mountain, and pow and they have been awesome. All I do is switch out the tongues for park and pow and I'm ready to go.

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Boot sole lengths:

25.5: 296mm

24.5: 286mm

28.5: 326mm

Since this boot has moldable liners ......

Since this boot has moldable liners ... is there an easy way to do this at home?

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Don't even mess with heating them up. Just break them in by skiing in them, you'll get a much tighter fit.

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bring them to a boot fitter, and get them dialed. allow people to-do what they get paid to-do.

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I would definitely recommend NOT trying to this at home. Take them to a bootfitter that has an intuition oven. They are specially designed to distribute heat evenly. This is important because as the liner heats up, it expands. Then when you put it on, as it cools, it packs out in the shape of your foot for a perfect fit. Heating it at home may lead to inconsistencies in the fit. Also, it is really hard to fit them perfectly, even by the very experienced bootfitters. So once again, I would highly recommend NOT doing them at home.