60 Flex Index: Great for beginners and intermediate skiers that need a forgiving boot to give comfort throughout the day.
Flip Ski Walk: A flip lever at the back spine of the boot has a toggle to switch from Ski or Walk mode. Try to keep it in ski mode while skiing, or it might feel a little funny skiing in the back-seat like its nobody's business! This does make walking around the resort looking for the bar or the kids a little more comfortable.
Ratchet Buckles: Inspired from in-line skate buckles, these are extremely easy to use and offer sufficient pressure for beginners and intermediates to work their way down the hill.
Tongue Pull: A loop of fabric at the top of the tongue helps in putting on and removing the boots. Pull it forward and to the side and your foot should slide right in.
105mm Last Width: This boot has a 105mm width in the forefoot area, and is one of the widest available for ski boots. This width gives wide-footed skiers a chance to enjoy skiing, instead of cramping up and getting pressure points the whole day. Average width skiers will find that this width is very comfortable and warm.
Supercomfort Liner: Dalbello's Supercomfort liner is super comfortable. It is fairly basic, but thats fine since you will find it in more entry level boots. And also it is super comfortable, did we mention that?
Rental Boots: These were produced to be rentals, so they do have the standard rental markings (size and sole length on the back of the calf part of the shell). But these are brand new, fully warrantied, and Level9 stands behind their quality. Rental or no, they're still Dalbello!
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