this seasson im planning to buy new boots but still not sure which pair the best for me
Lange RX 110
anyone can make a quick review/compare?
buy the one that fits YOU the best? They are alll 98-100mm lasts, the kryton is a 3 prt boot, the others 2 prt. but see what feels best to you. No one else (online nerds, your friends, or even your boot fitter) can read your mind to see what is best.
or just buy the red ones.
i own salomon spk 27.5 and is very hard for me to put my leg on it.i have to take out the liner than out together otherwise can wear my boots, i bought seth morrison 27.5 cant fit so i have to sell.
i was thinking to go with 28/28.5, one more question
krypton pro is tightly than lange?
krypton pro is more adjustable is it better to go with lange 120 or 130 whats the difference, anyone own htese types?
the full tilt has an intutition liner that will not fit until it is properly heated up in a special oven. so there is no way that it could have felt comfortable out of the box.
that is the case with the kryton pro as well. it normally comes with an intuition i.d. liner that will not feel very good until the heat molding process is completed.
this should bring you back to figuring out what size boot you really need, before you start deciding on the model or brand.
it might be a good idea to go to a place that has some boots in stock and a measuring tool to help determine your foot size.
have you considered going to a ski shop?
i agree but first of all the foot must fit first and my foot at 27.5 with fulltilt couldnt fit even put in my foot on the boot..
i agree with ski shop but we dont have in my country,, actually they dont ahve advanced-expert ski boots. thats the main problem.
but i think im going with 28 / 28.5 since had problem with spk 27.5 to..
thnx to everyone for tips!
If you need to choose one of those three and you are sure the size is right, then I suggest the Lange. Here's why: the FullTilt and Dalbello both have Intuition liners which will need to be 'cooked' in order for them to be molded and fit to your feet. You say there is no one that can even fit you in your country, so getting them molded will be a major problem. Keep it simple, buy the Lange.
you might not ruin the liners if you try to mold them yourself... so yeah, you could do home molding.
The Lange has a very different flex from the FT or Dalbello, it's not better or worse, just different. The 3 piece cabriolet designs have a deep, smooth forward flex that feels like it just keeps going. Traditional boots have a 'stop' where the upper shell hits the lower clog. I personally don't like the feel of the cabrio boots and prefer the feel of a 2 piece overlap, but that's just me. The Lange 130 isn't very stiff, I'd say it feels more like a 120... but this is all personal preference. None of us can tell you what will be better for you.
Start with a proper shell check/fit. This can't be over emphasized, the shell needs to be correct or nothing else will matter. This is the most important step, don't skip it or guess, check the shell fit.
or back to buy the red ones...
all the boots you "picked" are great but only IF THEY FIT. and we can't see your feet, hear your feedback, or tell you what will work best.
odds are you will buy something too big and to stiff how ever.. (just because most people do)