Dalbello Viper 120 with Intuition Liner, size 27.5. New, never used, still in the box. Asking $275 plus shipping.
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No, I'm sorry, but I don't. I sold them a while ago. Thanks for asking. You might want to start watching for sales on the internet, though, as long as you know the boot fits you. That's what I did, I went around to shops and tried various boots on before the season was over, and then when they went on sale, I picked up a pair for cheap money. I actually bought two pairs of Dalbellos. I bought the pair I had up for sale, and I bought a newer version of the same boot called the Avanti 130. The difference is very slight, but after trying both on, the Avanti fit me just a little better, so I ended up keeping those, and selling the Vipers. I have skied them for most of this season, and have been very happy with them. But if you do a search, pretty soon they should be showing up on sale for cheap money. The Avanti's with the ID liner retailed for $800, off the shelf price was around $599, and I ended up paying about $350 for the pair I have now. So there will be deals to be had.
Ouch! Hope you have a speedy recovery. But you can buy the ID liners for the boot. They are made by Intuition in Vancouver, BC. They are not cheap, but well worth it. I bought a pair of ID liners from them for my grandson's boots. He was having some discomfort with the stock liners that came with his boots, so I got him a pair of the heat moldable Intuition Dreamliners, and the problem was solved. No more complaints. The liners were about $200, but still cheaper than a new pair of boots. And if your boots are a 2015, they should have plenty of life left in them.