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Power to the people.

If face-melting speeds, sphincter-clenching cliff drops, and massive straightlines are in your future, count on the Dalbello Men's Krypton Pro I.D. Ski Boot to join you for the ride. Designed with a center-balanced Rocker stance to optimize performance on ultra-wide and rockered skis, the legendary Krypton features a 130 flex and precise 98mm last that provide expert-level performance, power, and sensitivity for charging big lines, hucking cliffs, and pushing the envelope.

The Krypton's shell and cuff are made of rigid polyurethane for bomber lateral stability and power transmission at speed, but the Kinetic Response tongue (make that tongues—it comes with interchangeable stiff and medium offerings) is made with polyamide for a smooth, progressive flex that's comfortable when you're cruising and provides burly stiffness when you don't want anything wishy-washy on high-consequence lines. This three-piece design—Cabrio architecture, Dalbello calls it—is the company's signature, and it's tough to argue with the results.

Of course, all the fancy designs in the world are irrelevant if the boot doesn't sit well on your foot, but the Krypton's designed to fit like a glove, with multiple canting, flex, and lean adjustment options in addition to the heat-moldable I.D. Thermo Pro heat-moldable liner and ergonomically designed Contour 4 shell fit. The buckles are also built to help dial in the perfect fit—the midfoot Dynalink rearfoot retention system attaches to the shell, rather than the cuff, to pull your heel into the heel pocket without interfering with the boot's flex, and the toe buckle closes on top to push your foot down into the bootboard (again, the Krypton comes with both firm and shock-absorbing options) for a slop- and pinch-free fit. Taken all together, this gives the Krypton sensitivity, power, and precision that most big-mountain-freeride boots just can't match.

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

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5 5

Cleanest Flex

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

I love this boot. I've had every generation of Kryptons and I won't ski in anything else. They are stiff, yes, but no boot provides a cleaner flex, transferring power into the boot in the most efficient way. Yes, they are narrow, but the new shells hold punches better and are easily customized to your liking. If you love shredding the entire mountain, you'll love this boot. The ID Liner holds your heel tight, the rubber shock board helps with the impacts from your landings. I love how sensitive this boot is. It reacts to your every move and helps you keep control in situations where other boots simply won't provide the nimbleness. It holds its own, its easily customized, especially with the ID Liner, and it provides the closest control of any other boot I've tried. Check it out for yourself, it won't disappoint.

5 5

Better than ever

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Even better after krypton shell redesign a couple years ago. With proper liner cooking and fitting, this boot becomes a velvet vice. It does require a foot and appetite for narrowness. People love to say how stiff it is, but I dialed it back to my taste with the softer tongue and lower flex control, and it's perfect. Couldn't be happier.

5 5

Best boot ever made

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If you want a very stiff boot with a super natural feeling flex, this is the boot for you. They are very comfortable after you heat mold the liner. I wear 10.5 street shoe and wear 27.5 in this boot.

Photo: friend Ryan mid Flat 3

Best boot ever made
breaking in

breaking in

performance + comfort.

Just lounging around, breaking in my new boots in my Poler Nap Sack (tem # POP0009). Sized down to a 25.5 this season after riding this same boot in 26.5 for a number of years. Tight out of the box, but overall a good, tight fit- what you want in a high performance boot like this. My street shoe is a 9-9.5, running shoe is a 9.5-10, so sizing down from shoe size to the boots. I will get them heat molded to get the best fit out of the liner as well and report back after that.

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