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Dalbello KR 2 Pro ID Ski Boots 2015

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Dalbello KR 2 Pro ID Ski Boots 2015
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Dalbello KR 2 Pro ID Ski Boots 2015

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Are you the kind of skier who eats big mountain, fall-you-die lines before breakfast? Do you want to be? Then the Dalbello Kr 2 Pro ID Ski Boots belong on your feet. Ultra responsive, with a just short of World Cup 130 Flex and Dalbello's famous Cabrio construction to translate your slightest intention to your skis, the Kr 2 Pro ID is a precision, low-volume tool for expert level skiers who rip hard. Best suited for skiers with feet on the narrow and low volume end of the spectrum, the ID (Intuition-Dalbello) heat moldable liner delivers the perfect fit, and interchangeable tongues allow you to change the forward flex for different conditions. The early bird gets the worm. Get up and slip into the Dalbello Kr 2 Pro ID Ski Boots.
Contour 4 Shell-Fit - Exclusive Dalbello construction technology that maps the anatomical contours of the foot to create subtle "comfort zones" at 4 critical foot points: ankle, heel, 5th metatarsal & navicular. Relief contours molded into the inside lower shell at these 4 points provide a close and accurate fit and minimize the need for shell modifications.
Last: 98 mm - Performance fitting cabrio design last shape in all KR 2 models features extreme tapering in rearfoot and achille’s zones with comfort fit forefoot volume. Dalbello’s most accurate and close fitting anatomic last shape features innovative Contour 4 fit technology.
Drive and Control Technology - Dalbello concentrates on proper heel wrap in the rear of the boot for full control and direct power transmission. Comfort and wrapping zones in the mid and forefoot are designed for better blood circulation and warmth.
Flex: 130 - As stiff as a freeride boot gets. Meant for expert skiers who know where they're going and intend on doing it quickly.
Adjustable Flex - Thanks to a modular insert applied between shell and cuff, you will get 3 different degrees of flexion.
Kinetic Response Tongue - Highly resilient polyamide (nylon), flex ribbed tongue design stays in total contact with the leg throughout flex for improved responsiveness and control. Interchangeable design.
Switchable Tongues - Highly resilient polyamide (nylon), flex ribbed tongue design stays in total contact with the leg throughout flex for improved responsiveness and control. Interchangeable design.
I.D. Thermo Pro Liner - Solid, monoblock Ultralon® HD (high density) foam in a wrap design with a closed toe forefoot and Quickwick Nylon lining for superior foothold
Shell Materials
3-Piece Cabrio Design Architecture - Cabrio Design ski boots are uniquely engineered to incorporate 3 components: the lower shell, upper cuff and, and external shell tongue. This permits the use of stiffer plastics in the lower shell without affecting the smooth and progressive forward flex that's controlled with the shell tongue. This design strengthens the support around the foot for precise lateral transfer of power. Overall the advantage is smoother power transmission, progressive flex and dynamic rebound. Plus the boot is super convenient to put on and take off.
Bi-Injected Cuff - Two different density materials fused into one structure to combine power (hard) with comfort and a convenient entry (soft).
Shell / Cuff / Tongue - PU (Polyurethane) / PU Bi-Injected / PA (Polyamide)
Dynamically Balanced Stance - Today’s modern rockered skis and lateral skiing technique require a much more upright and neutral (flatter) stance. Rocker Stance allows skiers of all stripes to take full advantage of their equipment by centering their body mass over the sweet spot of their skis for more power and control with less effort. Easy turn initiation with no slide, feel the ski length, maintain edge pressure for better control.
Shaft Alignment (Twin Canting) - The lateral orientation of the cuff in relation to the lower shell can be angled to match the angle of the skier’s lower leg when standing.
Adjustable Forward Lean - To change the KR2 forward lean angle, Forward Lean control wedges may be inserted between the lower shell and cuff. Wedges are secured to the rear shell with a 3mm Hex Head Screw. Two different FL inserts: KR models with 4 mm insert = 11° (stock) KR models with 8 mm insert = 13° (in box)
Dynalink Rearfoot Retention - Instep buckles are linked to the shell in a direct line with the heel pocket for a highly effective rear foot closure system that minimizes foot sliding, heel lift and boot shell distortion.
Inverted Forefoot Buckle - Forefoot closure buckles (above instep) are inverted to close on top of the boot shell, not on the side. The top closure positioning prevents buckle breakage and bending during rail slides, grinds, falls, and transitions.
3 Microadjustable F-500 Aluminum Buckles
Power Strap
Velcro Power Strap
Solid Lug Boot Sole - Specific design of the boot sole for a better energy transfer.
Additional Features
Switchable Footboards - Solid Lug Footboard: Sole construction for power energy transmission and unmatched sensitivity and ski feel. // Landing Gear Footboard: For enhanced shock absorption on big air landings or on hard snow surfaces. Landing Gear footboard is a full length vibration absorbing urethane innerboot platform that is positioned inside the boot shell under the foot. Closed cell construction will not compress or lose its shock absorbing properties.
Low Cuff Hinge Point - High leverage cuff assembly with hinge points mounted approximately 10 cm lower than standard construction boot designs. The Low Cuff Hinge Point permits the boot cuff to more easily follow the natural movement of the skier’s legs because it has a longer range of forward and rearward hinging motion.


  • Ability Level: Advanced-Expert
    Whether you charge the steepest lines, carve with race-like precision, hit the biggest jumps or halfpipes; advanced to expert level skis/snowboards are for the more aggressive rider. You will often find the addition of layers of metal, carbon, bamboo, or other stringers in these. These features work to make a stiffer ski/snowboard with more power and rebound.
  • Ski Boot Flex: Very Stiff
  • Flex Index: 130
  • Forefoot Width: 98 mm
  • Number of Buckles: 3
  • Ski Awards: Powder Magazine Skier's Choice
  • Athletes: Glen Plake, Sean Pettit, Tanner Hall, Jeremy Prevost
  • Warranty: 1 Year
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Indiv. Boot Weight (g) 1957
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