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The baddest, burliest boot on the block.

What happens when you take a gaggle of the best skiers in the world, stick them in a lab with R&D engineers, and tell them to come up with a boot? That Dalbello Il Moro T-Comp I.D. Men's Ski Boot, that's what happens. Designed to help Dalbello's team riders Sean Pettit, Tanner Hall, and Nick Goepper shred pants-wetting lines and scare the crap out of themselves in the park, the Il Moro is a seriously sick combination of burly freeride charger and progressive park crusher for riders looking to step their game up a notch. Unfortunately, it doesn't come with a diaper, but it's got everything else you need to take your game to the next level. 

This masterpiece starts with Dalbello's three-piece Cabrio architecture. The shell and cuff are made of rigid polyurethane to provide super-precise feedback and direct plenty of power laterally to your edges, while the Kinetic Response tongue is made of polyamide for a smooth, progressive flex that can ramp up to slay big lines or be dialed down for serious park performance, so you can kiss shin-bang goodbye without sacrificing hard-charging power. The Il Moro's also designed to throw down an unbeatably snug and comfortable fit, with a Double-Wide Park Trekker top buckle that locks a plate down over the cuff to prevent over-flexing and loosening, and a Dynalink Rearfoot Retention System that's linked to the inside of the shell to provide a snug fit and killer heel hold without messing up the carefully-dialed flex of the upper cuff. There's even an inverted toe buckle, which presses the foot down into the bootboard and is positioned on top of the foot to prevent breaking and bending.

All this tech would come to nothing if the Il Moro's fit wasn't dialed. Luckily, it is, with a Contour 4 shell that's been mapped to fit the tricky, boney contours of your foot with minimal punching and grinding. It also comes with a heat-moldable wrap-style I.D. Thermo Il Moro liner and fully adjustable cant, flex, and lean adjustments so you can dial everything in to your exact specs. Throw in an shock-reducing bootboard and big-ski-friendly center-balanced stance, and it's no surprise that the Il Moro's been getting rowdier than most other boots out there.

  • Polyurethane shell and cuff with a Kinetic Response polyamide tongue
  • 120 flex and 99mm last
  • I.D. Thermo Il Moro heat-moldable liner
  • Cabrio three-piece design and Contour 4 shell fit
  • Dynalink rearfoot retention system and inverted forefoot buckle
  • Center-balanced stance
  • Hyperband free-flex cuff
  • Anti-shock footboard
  • Canting, flex, and lean adjustments

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1 5

Horrible Boot

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Firstly I would like to preface that I regrettably own the 2014 II MOROS boots. This years version seems to have fixed the main issue I have with the boots, the buckles!
I purchased these boots after having Krypton Pro's for years. I'm not sure if I was high on toxic material or just straight up drunk dialed Backcountry.com to purchase these worthless, over designed hunks of plastic. These boots are junk! The buckle design was clearly designed just to look complicated. Whoever designed the buckle system deserves a cookie, a really stale, crusty, sitting under my couch 5 year old cookie. The problem with the top buckle is that it goes against rudimentary laws of physics. It's impossible to buckle the top buckle in the back notch without using two hands. There just is no leverage. I sat with my mouth open and my eyes in defeated slumber, asking myself ..."Nick are you high? Did you develop some muscle disease that prohibits your from being able to tighten a buckle on a boot?.... I was trying to convince myself that I was missing something with this boot. Hell I even broke out the handbook, a handbook for a boot! Seriously, nothing, the boot was just designed like this on purpose. Needless to say I stopped using these boots due to the fact it was near impossible to tighten them on the fly. I would recommend this boot to body builders and people with double jointed wrists, I would also recommend it to someone that has no feet, that way they can just throw them away. I'm sad that BC won't return this item, the customer service as BC has really gone down hill. I will bite the bullet on these boots, however I will be purchasing my higher end gear at REI if I need a better return policy.

Horrible Boot
5 5

The best boot I have owned yet

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I absolutely love these boots. They are incredibly durable, but also pretty light. These boots were built to be thrashed -- whether in the park or in the powder. They provide a good amount of flex.

If you are a freeride skier that is looking for a boot to do park laps in one weekend, and then the next weekend charge fresh powder, this boot will work perfectly for you.

I would highly suggest getting the liner molded. It is much more comfortable and snug after being heat molded.