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Your ideal blend of performance and fit for unlimited access to every aspect of the mountain.

Developed for athletic and ambitious all-mountain skiers, the Dalbello Women's Kyra 95 I.D. Ski Boot features fitting versatility, a low cuff profile, a lady last, 95 flex index, and a TrueFit 2.0 Lady Performer liner with Thinsulate insulation. When the non-lift-access snow calls, use the Kyra 95 boot's Ski-Hike mechanism to easily unlock and free the upper cuff from the lower shell. This creates a long range of motion for comfortable hiking, climbing, or bootpacking.

The Kyra 95 uses an innovative Cabrio design that combines a boot shell/boot cuff assembly with an external Kinetic Response shell tongue closure. As a result, you get lateral support for dynamic power-to-ski energy transfer with a comfortable, smooth flex, superior shock absorption, and a super-convenient way to put on and take off the Kyra 95. For an ideal blend of comfort and fit, Dalbello uses its Contour 4 shell fit technology that maps the anatomical contours of the foot inside the lower shell at four critical fit points: ankle, heel, 5th metatarsal, and navicular. Relief contours molded into the inside lower shell at these four points provide a close and accurate fit and minimize the need for shell modifications.

To provide a strong foothold and rearfoot stability when you carve down groomers, maneuver through the trees, and make big, sweeping turns, the Kyra 95 features Dynalink Rearfoot Retention which uses an independently functioning heel/instep closure assembly to effectively minimize foot sliding, heel lift, and boot shell distortion when you flex the boot. With today's modern rockered skis and lateral skiing technique, you need a much more upright and neutral (flatter) stance, so Dalbello incorporated its Center Balanced Stance technology into the Kyra 95 to center your body mass over the sweet spot of your skis for more power and control with less effort.

Whether you prefer a precise, comfortable fit right out of the box or would rather have your boot liners heat formed using a quick and easy heat molding procedure performed in the ski shop, the Kyra 95's Trufit 2.0 Performer Lady liner with Thinsulate insulation that does both. The Trufit 2.0 Performer Lady liner has a women-specific fitting last, more rearfoot taper for better foothold, more cushioning, softer lining fabrication, additional insulation, and lower height cuffs (as compared to men's boots). A cuff volume expansion adjustment, adjustable heel inclinator, adjustable flex, and canting let you fine-tune the fit. This sweet boot also comes with Rubber Clad hike soles and bi-injected toes and heels that supply solid stability and traction while you walk or climb over ice, rock, pavement, or snow.

  • 95 flex index with a 102mm width
  • Cabrio design architecture
  • Contour 4 shell fit with center balanced stance
  • Dynalink Rearfoot Retention
  • Trufit 2.0 Performer Lady liner with Thinsulate insulation (heat-moldable)
  • Three F500 aluminum micro-adjustable buckles and power strap
  • Cuff Volume Expansion adjustment
  • Adjustable heel inclinator, adjustable flex, twin canting
  • Hike/Ski cuff mechanism
  • Interchangeable Rubber Clad Hike soles with bi-injected toe/heel

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The Dalbello Kyra 95 ID is supposed to...

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The Dalbello Kyra 95 ID is supposed to have the Intuition liner, rather than the True Fit liner. Is this just listed wrong or is it really the Dalbello Kyra 95 that you're selling?