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Send everything in the park and rip the rest of the mountain without suffering from painful shinbang.
With the Dalbello Krypton Rampage I.D. boots on your feet, you'll be able to send booters, grease rails, and pop off natural features all season without fear of being sidelined by painful shin bang that all too often comes with the territory. A moderate 100 flex rating and Dalbello's signature three-piece Cabrio shell design gives the boot a nice forgiving feel feel on hard jumps and landings, and gives enough strength to power through cruddy natural landings with ease. Fit adjustment is super easy thanks to adjustable flex, forward lean, and canting settings, and the I.D. heat moldable liner offers one of the most comfortable and warmest fits on the market.
- 100 flex
- Cabrio shell (3 piece design)
- 99mm last
- I.D. heat-moldable liner
- Adjustable, flex, forward lean, and canting
- Full-length anti-shock footbed
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I had the old gray Rampages (prob a 2008 or 2009 model) with an Intuition liner and booster strap for over 4 years and it was a great boot. The stiffer tongue made is about a 100 flex. I do ski a lot of park but also ski the steeps of Crested Butte everyday and it was a great softer flexing boot. I'm a towering 5'7" and pack in about 135 pounds and it was a good boot for me. I think I tend to like a softer flexing boot anyway, and I'm a lightweight person, so it was just right. I wouldn't recommend it for anyone well over 150 lbs. You might be asking for a little more stiffness out of your tongue. My next boot will probably be the krypton core or fusion just to get a little more stiffness for lots more big mountain skiing. The stock liner that comes with the rampage is pretty much worthless. You need to upgrade to the ID liner or get an Intuition or zip fit.
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