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Crack the mountain's code.

Designed for lighter riders who like to make the mountain their personal playground, the Dalbello Krypton Kryzma I.D. Women's Ski Boot has all the same features as Dalbello's other top-shelf freeride boots packaged with a slightly friendlier 115 flex. Using Dalbello's famous three-pice Cabrio archtiecture—a stiff PU shell and cuff with a progressively-flexing polyamide tongue—the Kryzma provides plenty of side-to-side stiffness to transfer energy into your edges and prevent slop, with a flex that's tough enough to handle hard-charging lines and mild enough to dominate in the park. If that's not sweet enough, it also comes with interchangeable stiff and medium tongues, and canting, flex, and lean adjustments, so you can dial in the perfect flex and fit for whatever's on the menu.

You probably won't have to do much fiddling with your stance or fit, though, because the Kryzma's designed to be money right out of the box. The Contour 4 shell fit is designed to accommodate ankle, metatarsal, and navicular bones without the need for punches and grinds, and the center-balanced Rocker stance is specifically engineered to drive fat and progressively shaped skis from a more neutral position. Once your foot's in the Kryzma, it'll stay there, too, because the I.D. Thermo Pro Lady liner is fully heat moldable, and the Dynalink rearfoot retention system provides ridiculous amounts of heel hold without interfering with the flex of the shell. The forefoot buckle's been inverted, as well, which presses your foot down into the interchangeable firm and medium bootboards and resists breaking and bending more effectively than a traditional buckle. The upshot of all this? You can point the Kryzma at big lines, big jumps, or deep powder with confidence, knowing that if you do fall, at least it won't be your boots' fault.

  • Polyurethane shell and cuff
  • Interchangeable stiff and medium Kinetic Response polyamide tongues
  • 115 flex and 98mm last
  • I.D. Thermo Pro Lady heat-moldable liner
  • Cabrio three-piece design and Contour 4 shell fit
  • Dynalink rearfoot retention system and inverted forefoot buckle
  • Center-balanced stance
  • Interchangeable firm and anti-shock footboards
  • Canting, flex, and lean adjustments

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5 5

STOKED

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Quick background on myself...
I have been on skis since I was 2 years old. I started competing in big-air, rail jams, and slope-style events by the time I was thirteen. Totally inspired by my older brother, freestyle skiing quickly became my dream. After graduating high school I headed west and moved to Park City, UT to further work on my dream in skiing. Long story short I have used a lot of products in the ski industry due to different sponsors every season as an athlete, or products in general to suit my passion. I average around 100 days on snow a year, my gear and I get to know each other pretty well.

When it comes to skiing the one issue I can never escape is my ski boots. They are either, too loose, too tight, my feet are cold, toes going numb, takes half the season to break them in. (if you pull through the pain) When it comes to Krypton Kryzma's, I was totally shocked. Thermo liners which can be heat molded, adjustable flex/lean and interchangeable tongues to get that perfect fit. I also have a wider foot compared to most females and with this boot their is a bit of a boxier toe design giving you just enough room. The new 3 buckle 3 piece technology is on point I wouldn't ever go back now. With the new liners they have these days it also makes a world of difference when it comes to warmth, comfort, and most importantly control. Comfort and customization allows you to feel more connected with your skis. Totally recommend this boot.

STOKED

STOKED

Dalbello Sports Krypton Kryzma I.D.
-Women's Size 24.5

Quick background on myself...
I have been on skis since I was 2 years old. I started competing in big-air, rail jams, and slope-style events by the time I was thirteen. Totally inspired by my older brother, freestyle skiing quickly became my dream. After graduating high school I headed west and moved to Park City, UT to further work on my dream in skiing. Long story short I have used a lot of products in the ski industry due to different sponsors every season as an athlete, or products in general to suit my passion. I average around 100 days on snow a year, my gear and I get to know each other pretty well.

When it comes to skiing the one issue I can never escape is my ski boots. They are either, too loose, too tight, my feet are cold, toes going numb, takes half the season to break them in. (if you pull through the pain) When it comes to Krypton Kryzma's, I was totally shocked. Thermo liners which can be heat molded, adjustable flex/lean and interchangeable tongues to get that perfect fit. I also have a wider foot compared to most females and with this boot their is a bit of a boxier toe design giving you just enough room. The new 3 buckle 3 piece technology is on point I wouldn't ever go back now. With the new liners they have these days it also makes a world of difference when it comes to warmth, comfort, and most importantly control. Comfort and customization allows you to feel more connected with your skis. Totally recommend this boot.

**Great to wear while enjoying a nice gourmet bowl of Raamen noodles after a long day of shredding!

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Great review Heather!
Love your picture too : )
Agree with you 100% that these boots are a game changer!
Thanks for sharing!

5 5

LOVE

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

After years of improperly fitting boots and sloppy fit I've finally found a boot that works for me. I immediately got these boots custom fitted and inserted a thermo-molded footbed for the best possible performance.

They have without a doubt improved my skiing and helped me stay more centered and forward. I have a problem hanging out in the backseat, so these were really helpful in improving my technique.

For a FULL-ON report, read my Blister Gear review linked in the post below.

BOTTOM LINE: Are they the most comfortable boot I've ever used? Hell, no. But they ski like a damn dream peppered with unicorn dust.

LOVE
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Blister Gear reviewer Lexi Dowdall weighs in:

http://blistergearreview.com/gear-reviews/2014-2015-dalbello-kr-2-kryzma-i-d