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Whats the difference between dalbello boots
I am just wondering what is the difference between the pro/cross and the pro/cross i.d.
i think the only difference is flex and color
Yep, same last, different tongues. Pro has a stiffer flex than cross. And the ID version just has the Intuition liner instead of the stock Dalbello liner.
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yep. same shell but the ID is a moldable liner and special tounge. can be fitted to your foot for more comfort, but the same boot.
and I was just looking at some crosses cause I need new boots. they're pretty tight
Dude, joke's totally on them, you should make a t-shirt that says 'all you fools suck' and on the back it can say 'I rule coz T-dawg said so' and yeah, you'll be rockin it shibby, new steeze brah, wikkid! ~PhattTim
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i know this thread is old but i got another question.
so would the pro be like more of a backcountry boot while the cross is an all mountain type boot?
Yeah well we have more crack than you - Mr.Bishop
The Pro comes with two tongues... one is the same as the one in the Cross. The other is stiffer. Basically, the Cross is a little more forgiving than the pro. They're both "all mountain" boots. Depends how stiff a boot you like.
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