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Ladies looking for a smooth-flexing boot with a relatively snug and high-performance last would do well to check out the Dalbello Krypton Chakra Women's Ski Boot. It has the same 95 flex as the Kyra, but a last that's three millimeters narrower for a slightly more aggressive feel, along with tech taken from Dalbello's more aggressive freeride boots, making the Chakra perfect for intermediates who like to ski hard without scaring themselves silly. Since the Kyra's a Dalbello, it's not surprising that it uses the company's classic three-piece Cabrio Design Architecture, which features a stiff lower shell and cuff along with an easy-flexing tongue for plenty of lateral power transmission without overwhelming front-to-back stiffness or the shin bang that comes with it. The Chakra's also been hooked up with a pre-punched Contour 4 shell fit designed to accommodate your navicular, metatarsal, and ankle bones, and a Trufit Performer Lady liner that works with the shell to give you a snug, slop-free fit without pinching or squeezing your toes to death. Dalbello also built in a Low Contour Profile cuff, which has a lower cut and higher volume for women's calves, and gave the Chakra the same Dynafit rearfoot retention system and inverted forefoot buckle as its freeride boots for a performance fit without the pain. Throw in adjustable flex, canting, and lean options, replaceable toe and heel lugs, and a centered stance designed to drive today's bigger skis, and the Chakra's more than ready to venture all over the mountain with you.
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Ladies looking for a smooth-flexing boot with a relatively snug and high-performance last would do well to check out the Dalbello Krypton Chakra Women's Ski Boot. It has the same 95 flex as the Kyra, but a last that's three millimeters narrower for a slightly more aggressive feel, along with tech taken from Dalbello's more aggressive freeride boots, making the Chakra perfect for intermediates who like to ski hard without scaring themselves silly. Since the Kyra's a Dalbello, it's not surprising that it uses the company's classic three-piece Cabrio Design Architecture, which features a stiff lower shell and cuff along with an easy-flexing tongue for plenty of lateral power transmission without overwhelming front-to-back stiffness or the shin bang that comes with it. The Chakra's also been hooked up with a pre-punched Contour 4 shell fit designed to accommodate your navicular, metatarsal, and ankle bones, and a Trufit Performer Lady liner that works with the shell to give you a snug, slop-free fit without pinching or squeezing your toes to death. Dalbello also built in a Low Contour Profile cuff, which has a lower cut and higher volume for women's calves, and gave the Chakra the same Dynafit rearfoot retention system and inverted forefoot buckle as its freeride boots for a performance fit without the pain. Throw in adjustable flex, canting, and lean options, replaceable toe and heel lugs, and a centered stance designed to drive today's bigger skis, and the Chakra's more than ready to venture all over the mountain with you.
$350 Go to
Backcountry.com
Ladies looking for a smooth-flexing boot with a relatively snug and high-performance last would do well to check out the Dalbello Krypton Chakra Women's Ski Boot. It has the same 95 flex as the Kyra, but a last that's three millimeters narrower for a slightly more aggressive feel, along with tech taken from Dalbello's more aggressive freeride boots, making the Chakra perfect for intermediates who like to ski hard without scaring themselves silly. Since the Kyra's a Dalbello, it's not surprising that it uses the company's classic three-piece Cabrio Design Architecture, which features a stiff lower shell and cuff along with an easy-flexing tongue for plenty of lateral power transmission without overwhelming front-to-back stiffness or the shin bang that comes with it. The Chakra's also been hooked up with a pre-punched Contour 4 shell fit designed to accommodate your navicular, metatarsal, and ankle bones, and a Trufit Performer Lady liner that works with the shell to give you a snug, slop-free fit without pinching or squeezing your toes to death. Dalbello also built in a Low Contour Profile cuff, which has a lower cut and higher volume for women's calves, and gave the Chakra the same Dynafit rearfoot retention system and inverted forefoot buckle as its freeride boots for a performance fit without the pain. Throw in adjustable flex, canting, and lean options, replaceable toe and heel lugs, and a centered stance designed to drive today's bigger skis, and the Chakra's more than ready to venture all over the mountain with you.
$350 Go to
Backcountry.com
Ladies looking for a smooth-flexing boot with a relatively snug and high-performance last would do well to check out the Dalbello Krypton Chakra Women's Ski Boot. It has the same 95 flex as the Kyra, but a last that's three millimeters narrower for a slightly more aggressive feel, along with tech taken from Dalbello's more aggressive freeride boots, making the Chakra perfect for intermediates who like to ski hard without scaring themselves silly. Since the Kyra's a Dalbello, it's not surprising that it uses the company's classic three-piece Cabrio Design Architecture, which features a stiff lower shell and cuff along with an easy-flexing tongue for plenty of lateral power transmission without overwhelming front-to-back stiffness or the shin bang that comes with it. The Chakra's also been hooked up with a pre-punched Contour 4 shell fit designed to accommodate your navicular, metatarsal, and ankle bones, and a Trufit Performer Lady liner that works with the shell to give you a snug, slop-free fit without pinching or squeezing your toes to death. Dalbello also built in a Low Contour Profile cuff, which has a lower cut and higher volume for women's calves, and gave the Chakra the same Dynafit rearfoot retention system and inverted forefoot buckle as its freeride boots for a performance fit without the pain. Throw in adjustable flex, canting, and lean options, replaceable toe and heel lugs, and a centered stance designed to drive today's bigger skis, and the Chakra's more than ready to venture all over the mountain with you.
$350 Go to
Backcountry.com
Ladies looking for a smooth-flexing boot with a relatively snug and high-performance last would do well to check out the Dalbello Krypton Chakra Women's Ski Boot. It has the same 95 flex as the Kyra, but a last that's three millimeters narrower for a slightly more aggressive feel, along with tech taken from Dalbello's more aggressive freeride boots, making the Chakra perfect for intermediates who like to ski hard without scaring themselves silly. Since the Kyra's a Dalbello, it's not surprising that it uses the company's classic three-piece Cabrio Design Architecture, which features a stiff lower shell and cuff along with an easy-flexing tongue for plenty of lateral power transmission without overwhelming front-to-back stiffness or the shin bang that comes with it. The Chakra's also been hooked up with a pre-punched Contour 4 shell fit designed to accommodate your navicular, metatarsal, and ankle bones, and a Trufit Performer Lady liner that works with the shell to give you a snug, slop-free fit without pinching or squeezing your toes to death. Dalbello also built in a Low Contour Profile cuff, which has a lower cut and higher volume for women's calves, and gave the Chakra the same Dynafit rearfoot retention system and inverted forefoot buckle as its freeride boots for a performance fit without the pain. Throw in adjustable flex, canting, and lean options, replaceable toe and heel lugs, and a centered stance designed to drive today's bigger skis, and the Chakra's more than ready to venture all over the mountain with you.
$350 Go to
Backcountry.com
The Dalbello Lupo SP I. D. Men's Ski Boot is, quite simply, a monster, with a 130 flex and a ski/hike mode that make it easier to get to the top of backcountry lines and shred them to smithereens. It's not designed for long tours where the approach is a priority, but for short skins outside the resort boundary and in-bounds approaches where you're focused on making the way down look good and the way up a little easier. It also has a rubber-clad arch and replaceable Hy-Grip rubber toe and heel lugs for plenty of grip on gnarly ridges and exposed rocks. Ignore the ski/hike mode, though, and the Lupo is pretty damn similar to Dalbello's world-crushing Krypton. It has the same three-piece Cabrio architecture, which employs a stiff polyurethane cuff and shell for powerful lateral stiffness and power transmission and a progressively flexing Kinetic Response polyamide tongue for stiffness when you're descending and flexibility on the uphill. The Contour 4 shell is also mapped to accommodate your ankle and foot bones, reducing the amount of punching and grinding you'll have to do, and has a heat-moldable I. D. Thermo Max liner for comfort and serious performance. The Lupo also has the same Dynalink rearfoot retention system as Dalbello's freeride boots. Attaching to the shell, rather than the cuff, it pulls your heel snugly into the heel pocket without interfering with the boot's flex. The toe buckle is located on top of the boot, which pulls your foot down into bootboard rather than squeezing the shell around it, and also helps prevent breaking and bending in a crash (not that you'd ever do that). The Lupo also has a center-balanced stance that's designed to drive fat, rockered skis comfortably, too, so you won't have to mess around with lean angles and stances--just get the Lupo on your feet and get after it.
$490 Go to
Backcountry.com
The Dalbello Lupo SP I. D. Men's Ski Boot is, quite simply, a monster, with a 130 flex and a ski/hike mode that make it easier to get to the top of backcountry lines and shred them to smithereens. It's not designed for long tours where the approach is a priority, but for short skins outside the resort boundary and in-bounds approaches where you're focused on making the way down look good and the way up a little easier. It also has a rubber-clad arch and replaceable Hy-Grip rubber toe and heel lugs for plenty of grip on gnarly ridges and exposed rocks. Ignore the ski/hike mode, though, and the Lupo is pretty damn similar to Dalbello's world-crushing Krypton. It has the same three-piece Cabrio architecture, which employs a stiff polyurethane cuff and shell for powerful lateral stiffness and power transmission and a progressively flexing Kinetic Response polyamide tongue for stiffness when you're descending and flexibility on the uphill. The Contour 4 shell is also mapped to accommodate your ankle and foot bones, reducing the amount of punching and grinding you'll have to do, and has a heat-moldable I. D. Thermo Max liner for comfort and serious performance. The Lupo also has the same Dynalink rearfoot retention system as Dalbello's freeride boots. Attaching to the shell, rather than the cuff, it pulls your heel snugly into the heel pocket without interfering with the boot's flex. The toe buckle is located on top of the boot, which pulls your foot down into bootboard rather than squeezing the shell around it, and also helps prevent breaking and bending in a crash (not that you'd ever do that). The Lupo also has a center-balanced stance that's designed to drive fat, rockered skis comfortably, too, so you won't have to mess around with lean angles and stances--just get the Lupo on your feet and get after it.
$490 Go to
Backcountry.com
The Dalbello Lupo SP I. D. Men's Ski Boot is, quite simply, a monster, with a 130 flex and a ski/hike mode that make it easier to get to the top of backcountry lines and shred them to smithereens. It's not designed for long tours where the approach is a priority, but for short skins outside the resort boundary and in-bounds approaches where you're focused on making the way down look good and the way up a little easier. It also has a rubber-clad arch and replaceable Hy-Grip rubber toe and heel lugs for plenty of grip on gnarly ridges and exposed rocks. Ignore the ski/hike mode, though, and the Lupo is pretty damn similar to Dalbello's world-crushing Krypton. It has the same three-piece Cabrio architecture, which employs a stiff polyurethane cuff and shell for powerful lateral stiffness and power transmission and a progressively flexing Kinetic Response polyamide tongue for stiffness when you're descending and flexibility on the uphill. The Contour 4 shell is also mapped to accommodate your ankle and foot bones, reducing the amount of punching and grinding you'll have to do, and has a heat-moldable I. D. Thermo Max liner for comfort and serious performance. The Lupo also has the same Dynalink rearfoot retention system as Dalbello's freeride boots. Attaching to the shell, rather than the cuff, it pulls your heel snugly into the heel pocket without interfering with the boot's flex. The toe buckle is located on top of the boot, which pulls your foot down into bootboard rather than squeezing the shell around it, and also helps prevent breaking and bending in a crash (not that you'd ever do that). The Lupo also has a center-balanced stance that's designed to drive fat, rockered skis comfortably, too, so you won't have to mess around with lean angles and stances--just get the Lupo on your feet and get after it.
$490 Go to
Backcountry.com