Mudfoot to your point. I agree and am in the same boat. I ski on groomers sometimes but also ski the trees and bumps and inbounds ungroomed and also do short hikes to inbound ungroomed runs. So I bought the Lange Super Blasters and put them to the test at Big Sky and Moonlight Basin in March. As my fellow skiers were slipping and sliding on the rocky and icy Tram goat paths, I was walking confidently with my traction soles and the walk mode released. The Blasters are billed as a 110 flex which I have found to be a good flex range for me. They feel as stiff or stiffer than my Tecnica Magmas but hike a whole lot better. Plus you can cruse around the village in comfort too at the end of the day.
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I have the Lange Freeride at 98 last (snug) and the Magmas at 100 last (nice) and the Blasters fell about the same (nice). I have found that Dalbellos are mostly too wide for me. I did fit up in the Blasters one boot size down from the Tecnica boot though.