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Dalbello Sports
Quantum Free Asolo Factory 130 Alpine Touring Boot - 2023

4.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews

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Why We Like The Quantum Free Asolo Factory 130 Alpine Touring Boot

The Quantum Free Asolo Factory 130 Boot is Dalbello’s flagship freetouring model designed for skiers who demand performance on lengthy ski touring routes in challenging alpine environments. The 100mm last offers a performance fit for mid-volume foot shapes and a comfort-oriented fit for narrower feet, while the 130 flex offers a reliable descending capability considering the featherweight feel. We’ve been thoroughly impressed with this boot, especially the 65-degree walk mode that makes long slogs and tricky kick-turns far more approachable.


  • Top-tier boot offers a no-compromise performance for freetouring
  • 130 flex offers excellent rigidity for strong skiers or heavier people
  • 100mm last balances uphill comfort and descending performance
  • IF Touring Pro liner with full lace-up adjustment locks in your heel
  • Vibram rubber rockered sole offers traction on perilous ridgetops
  • Walk mode is easy to use and offers an exceptional 65° of mobility
  • Adjustable forward lean lets you fine-tune your stance
  • Heat-moldable liner provides a fully customizable fit
  • Item #DBLN09K
Shell Material
nylon composite
Last Width
Lean Angle
Walk Mode
65° range of motion
IF Touring Pro
Thermo-moldable Liner
Liner Closure
Binding Compatibility
Vibram rubber
Claimed Weight
2lb 13oz
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years
backcountry skiing

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 2 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

January 17, 2024

Runs small

I returned this product before using it
Size Bought:
5' 11"

I wear a 11.5 shoe and a 29.5 AT boot. Ordered these in 29.5, based partially on the other review "These Boots Rock" where the reviewer also wears 11.5 street shoes and is sporting this boot in 28.5. Based on that review I was guessing 29.5 would give me enough room to wear really thick socks on cold days and have a little extra comfort on long approaches. Unfortunately, these boots in 29.5 feel too tight to even consider trying to customize (through liner molding or shell punching) them into fitting. I'm returning them and ordering a 30.5 (elsewhere unfortunately- BC doesn't have my size in stock) instead. I think even a 30 would be too small. It's not all bad though! I like how light they are, how stiff they feel when locked out, and how simple the buckle and strap system is to use. They seem like they'll transition much more quickly and easily than the four-buckle boots I'm accustomed to. I'm really looking forward to trying them out when I get the right size.

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5 out of 5 stars

August 26, 2022

These Boots Rock

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
6' 1"

I love these boots. I am a former racer turned desk worker, lucky enough to get 40+ days touring on these bad boys last season. Most days were 2-3 quick morning laps, but I also had a few days on Mt. Washington (in crampons), and even did a skimo race. These boots rocked all of it and are still in surprisingly great shape for such a lightweight setup. They fit right out of the box after thermo-molding the liners right in my kitchen. I went with a 28.5, and that was perfect. I am an 11.5 in regular shoes and wore 27.5 race boots. My prior touring boots were Dynafit Vulcans in a 27.5, which felt about the same as these in 28.5. They are short for a 28.5 shell, but the heel sits in nicely, and the toe box had just enough room. Going uphill, the double-pivot works incredibly well; you can pretty much run on your skis. They also have really good articulation when using crampons and scrambling around on rocks. I am looking forward to more ski-mountaineering in these boots. Compared to the Vulcans (which I loved), these things are on a completely different level going uphill. In ski mode, I was pleasantly surprised. They are definitely a lightweight touring boots, and I only really skied them on lightweight touring skis (184cm 81 underfoot). With a setup like that, you have to keep your weight more centered and aren't going to be smashing the front of the boot. I tried them once on a pair of heavier skis (190cm 100 underfoot), and they didn't really have enough power to drive the ski. That said, the lateral stiffness is quite good, and when matched correctly to the ski, they ski great. The first day I tried them out was at a resort, and I was able to lay them over and rip off some arcs on the corduroy. After getting the feel, I felt confident on pretty much anything, including some questionable late-season conditions (pictured). TLDR; Durable, lightweight touring boot with good lateral stiffness that excels on the uphill and is more than capable going back down. Perfect for both morning laps and ski mountaineering.

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