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Dalbello Krypton Rampage Ski Boot Reviews

cosmoliu

Best boot I'VE owned as well

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Pros: Very precise, grabs my narrow foot like a clamp, but still allows for toe wiggling, all day comfort without a second thought

Cons: Very precise

A great skier friend of mine has been working to convince me this season that new boots would take my skiing to a new level. Certainly, my 8 y/o Lange AC8s' liners are fully packed out, but I really hadn't noticed how my feet have been swimming in them until I started really paying attention. I had started talking up ski shop personnel, with an eye toward an end of season deal, and had been trending toward the Lange Banshee or Technica Dragon.  On a club trip out to Keystone 4 weeks ago I tried on the Rampages after the boot guy thought the 98mm last would be a good match for my narrow feet, steering me away from the wider Langes and Technicas, and even a Salomon he originally pointed to...
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SavoirFaire

Dalbello Rampage (2010)

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Pros: Great fit for narrow feet!

Cons: None, really

Well, these are my first ski boots. I am 6'2", 205 lbs (without gear on) and they fit my very narrow, B-width foot better than any other boots on the rack. Hopefully they'll last a long time.
SARSteve

Best boot I have owned!

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Pros: Very comfortable control; adjusts to all mountain use well; 12 hour hard skiing no problem (did I mention comfortable?!)

Cons: Buckel lockdown and release must be done in exact order

Not much to add: best all around mountain boot I have owned/skied in... its all about proper fit and comfort, especially when you ski hard all day from opening to closing four weeks in a row (I take off a month to ski each season). I tried on dozens of boots for two months before I sank into these. I have seen other boots with different, sometimes attractive options, but I am never distracted by my boots all day long (except to forget to readjust after the first runs!). I use one thin sock; only needed toe warmers on the harshest days. Best investment in equipment I ever made. I ski K2 Public Enemy's, Seth's and Hellbents in these at White Pass WA. 3-5-10 Update: Dalbello stepped up to...
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