When you're sailing through alfredo-rich couloirs or flying faster than the speed of light down your dream line of choice, you can count on the Dalbello Men's Krypton Pro I.D. Ski Boot to take you the distance. Designed with a center-balanced Rocker stance, the Krypton utilizes a low footboard ramp and upright cuff to provide optimal performance on rockered skis and efficient power transfer with the least amount of quad fatigue. The boot features a stiff 130 flex and narrow 98mm last, enabling expert-level performance, power, and sensitivity required for exploding through technical ravines, launching cliffs, and leaning clean into the mountainside.
Built for enduring a bar fight with a yeti, the shell and cuff are crafted with rigid polyurethane for stone-solid lateral stability and power transmission at max speeds, while the Kinetic Response tongue—available with interchangeable stiff and medium offerings—is made with a flex ribbed, polyamide design, that sits flush with the leg, perfect for sending on steep faces or traversing through tricky terrain. The three-piece design Cabrio architecture is specific to Dalbello and combines the geometrical anatomy of the boot, shell, and cuff technologies for a dynamic, progressive flex and and lateral support on irregular terrain.
Designed to fit like a glove, this boot is equipped with heat-moldable I.D. Thermo Pro liner, ergonomically designed Contour 4 Shell fit, as well as multiple canting, flex and lean adjustment options. The midfoot Dynalink retention system attaches to the shell and hugs your heel securely within the heel pocket without interfering with the boot's flex, while the F16 aluminum buckles are easily adjustable for a fine tuned fit. The bootboard comes with two options: shock-absorbing or firm, so you can break free from sloppy seconds.
- Contour 4 Shell-Fit
- Center-Balanced "Rocker" Stance
- Kinetic Response Tongue
- Cabrio Design—three piece technology
- Dynalink rearfoot retention
- Dynamic personalization
- Bi-injected cuff
- Adjustable flex and lean
- Twin canting
- Solid lug boot sole
- Interchangeable footboards
- Interchangeable tongues
- Kinetic response tongue
- Item #DBL000V
- Q & A
Comfy and stiff.
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
I bought these as a gift and here's the feedback: The dalbello krpton pro is an absolute power house when it comes to boots. If you're looking for a tight, comfortable fit that allows you to ski the deep snow but also perform on the groomers than this is your boot. Stiffer flex meant for aggressive skiers who like to attack the mountain and is built to last. I probably will never wear another kind. Absoluetly an awesome boot from dalbello.
Anyone know what the difference between the 2015 boot (blue midstep buckle) and the 2016 boot is?
The liner got a major upgrade from the 2015 to the 2016. That along with some minor adjustments that come with figuring out what works best for the type of skier that uses this boot and the color change are what is different between the model years