The original boot w/ cantable soles was (and still is):http://www.dalebootusa.com/
Solly merely licensed the Daleboot patent for a few seasons. Atomic now has replaceable soles, but you’d have to do your own grinding, since different angles are not available.
By contrast, the Dalbello SGS:http://www.dalbellosports.com/intro.html
....has the advantage of a continously adjustable sole angle, with a huge range, and on-slope adjustability. The boot puts you very high off the snow, so best to use lifter-less bindings. The first-season problem with the adjustment mechanism loosening up has long since been fixed.