Free Standard Shipping for Orders Over $50
Home Page

Detail Images

Current Color

Dalbello Sports Krypton 130 ID Ski Boot

Temporarily Out Of Stock

Don't get too bummed. This item is on the way and will be available for purchase as soon as it rolls into the warehouse.

Can't wait? Consider one of the other Alpine Ski Boots we have in stock.

View Similar Products

Krypton 130 ID Ski Boot

With a penchant for dropping cliffs, navigating tight chutes, blasting through trees, and charging down the steepest terrain on the mountain, the Dalbello Krypton ID Ski Boot mirrors your freeride-oriented mentality. Boasting an expertly stiff 130 flex, the Krypton gives you the power necessary to drive your big-mountain sticks down the mountain's "expert only" runs, while a narrow 98 millimeter last is ideal for skinny-footed skiers or expert shredders who value a close, precise fit.

The Krypton features Dalbello's unique Cabrio construction that uses three separate pieces for the tongue, cuff, and shell to give the boot a smoother power transition, dynamic rebound, and excellent shock absorption—also optimally securing your foot and lower leg for an accurate fit. The pre-formed anatomical contours in the shell provide a comfortable feel on first ride, but can also be fully thermo-molded to your foot shape. In addition, Dalbello granted you the ability to tweak the flex, forward lean, canting, and change out the tongue and footboard for a feel that's fully customized to your ski style and preferences.

Inside the boot you'll find more performance-oriented customization in the form of Dalbello's ID Pro Liner. The fully thermo-moldable, lightweight, warm liner offers great responsiveness and energy transmission for better control, and maximal shock absorption for plush comfort from first to last chair. Special to the Hike version of the ID Pro liner, integrated areas of extra flexibility make walking and hiking more comfortable, whether you're trudging across the parking lot or booting to get some fresh turns in newly-opened off-piste terrain.

  • Slay your steepest lines yet with this freeride-oriented boot
  • Stiff 130 flex for skiing aggressively in big terrain
  • 98mm last assures a precise and responsive fit
  • Three-piece Cabrio construction delivers a progressive flex
  • Customizable adjustments allow for a performance-first feel
  • ID Pro liner is thermo-moldable for advanced customization
  • Item #DBL003J

Shell Material
polyurethane
Flex
130
Last Width
98mm
Buckles
3
Buckle Material
aluminum
Liner
ID Pro
Thermo-moldable Liner
yes
Liner Closure
lace
Binding Compatibility
alpine
DIN Certified
ISO 5355
Recommended Use
all-mountain skiing, freeride/powder skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?

View

>Rating: 5

Love these boots

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I have been skiing the old Lupo SP and I like these boots even better!. More adjustments, and the boots fit better out of the box than the Lupos. I had the usual punching done... 6th toe and stretch since I ski down a size. For a high instep guy, the cabrio boot is the only way to go.... so much easier to get into and out of than a traditional boot.

>Rating: 5

Great Aggressive Boot

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Multiple versions of the krypton pro id have been on my feet over the years, and I can't imagine spending days in the resort any other way. The low pivot, progressive flex given by the three piece shell design, and best-in-industry liner make these winners in my book. Being able to replace the tongue after a season of skiing brings some much needed spring back to the boot (which isn't an option with traditional 4 buckle overlap boots), and the moldability of the id liners keep my feet happy. For those that spend copious time in the terrain park, the reversed lower buckle keeps you locked into your boots after endless rail bashing.

>Rating: 5

Mold Those Intuition Liners

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Went down a size from what my foot measures and the shell fit confirmed they'd be a performance fit. Day 1 had my feet in excruciating pain to the point my entire left foot fell asleep. Started to anticipate punches/grinds/molds and hours at bootfitters to get them to work, but luckily all it took was a round of heat molding. 8 days in, these are the best fitting boots I've been in to date; I can ski all day without having to constantly mess with my buckles or wanting to take a break just to take off my boots and rest my feet - all the while, I can't imagine any more of a snug fit. I find these perform much better than my previous Full Tilts. The Kryps are noticeably stiffer forward (vs the FT 10 flex tongue) and laterally. But one thing I'm still getting used to is the very upright stance. Out of the box, with the stiffer tongue, I was constantly getting thrown in the backseat out of turns. Adding the larger forward lean chip and raising the spoiler helped a little, but at my height/weight/experience, I found this surprising. Tried the softer tongue which was too soft, and came to realize I just need to ski more upright and balanced. Without trying to crush the front of the boots like I was in my much more forward leaning FTs, I can still get perfectly fine performance. Again, it's just something I'm still getting used to.

No longer intuition liners!

>Rating: 5

Fantastic Boot

Familiarity:
I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

Love these boots! Never owned a pair of Dalbellos before but I’ve fallen for the 3 piece cabrio design! The flex of the boot is definitely different than a traditional boot, but the smoothness of the flex really makes it easy to get into and stay in an aggressive position on your skis! The lateral stiffness of the boot is fantastic too, plenty of stiffness to control your turns in nasty thick snow! For fit, these boots fit my foot shape fantastic and I love how they fully hug and secure my foot! Thanks to the ankle buckle, there is literally no heel lift and my heel stays in position all day!

>Rating: 5

Aggressive in bound boot

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I've skied this boot for 4 seasons now and am just about to retire it. It's been an absolutely fantastic experience. If you charge hard, have narrow feet and need that 130 flex, this boot should be a winner. A great all around inbounds boot for a hard charger. Liner allows for a really nice, moldable fit.

>Rating: 5

Solid and Comfy

This boot is great! I love the stiff support this boot provides along with the uncompromising comfort of the intuition liner. This boot also holds up very well. I skied this boot for 6 years before bought my second pair. As long as you keep extra tongue around this boot wont wear out.