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Daleboot VFF Pro Reviews

quant2325

Daleboot VFF Pro

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Pros: Great fit and comfort for virtually any feet, great innovative features, laterally stiff, forward flex stiff enough for an expert.

Cons: Best fitted at Daleboot or from a fit center (few around).

Boot: VFF Pro, which is stiff enough for an expert skier to use.   What I like about my Daleboot VFF Pro: 1)      All day comfort in a laterally stiff cog boot.  They should be comfortable since it is a “custom” boot with decent heat molded liners and custom insoles. 2)      Canting is super-easy using snap-in replaceable boot soles (using the canting adjustments on the sides boots never works right, which is why racers either use wedges under their bindings or grind the soles of their boots). 3)      The boots give you the ability to radically change the forward stiffness by using a...
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Crokey

Best boot on the market

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Pros: Comfortable, well fitted, good ride, unlimited life time adjustments

Cons: None

After owning and hiring several pairs of boots, I decided to treat myself to some Dale boots and I AM MASSIVELY SATISFIED. I experienced all sorts of discomfort and pins and needles in previous boots which included a variety of Salomon, Fischer and Lange, and I got tired of spending so much of my holiday in boot shops because literally nothing worked for my flat feet. After lots of research I decided upon Dale Boots for three reasons. One, some custom made suppliers have relatively inexperienced boot fitters and apparently its all about the fitter. I read about an excellent fitter at Dale and thought this sounded like a good way to go, two, Dale offer life time adjustments and you...
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chilehed

Great boot, unique design.

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Pros: Easy on and off, comfortable, lateral stiffness, variable flex, excellent customer service.

Cons: Feet get wet in slop, easily prevented with some duck tape.

I’ve been needing to replace my 6 year old Atomic M9’s with a softer boot, was attracted to Daleboot for a variety of reasons, and talked myself into buying a pair using the mail order option. One thing I kept hearing was how they’re built quite differently from most boots, but there was very little info that a geeky engineer like me would really want, so I thought I’d post this. Not having had then on the hill yet, I can't really provide feedback on durability, etc., so my ratings are few and subject to revision.   The ordering process was pretty straightforward. I downloaded the form, took the measurements as directed and provided a traced outline of my feet. They say to run the...
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