narrowed it down to either dalbello krypton pro or il moro. anyone want to advise me on one over the other it would be appreciated. im skiing in utah this season so which ever boot is going to be good all around is what im looking for.
Solution: Ask your local shop. Most NSers aren't professional bootfitters. Talk to the bootfitters where you tried them on.
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il moro is a really versatile park boot that can still charge really hard when setup for it. the pro is a full on freeride boot thats designed for charging all the time. i have soft and stiff tongues in my ilmoros, and the softs are awesome in the park, but get squirrely tryin to control big skis in soft snow. the stiff tongue makes them pretty damn good, but in choppy crud and such, i wouldnt mind more stiffness. the pro's lower shell is a stiffer plastic, so its stiffer with both tongues comparatively. I actually really like the upper strap on the il moro, it seems to let the boot flex smoother, and deeper, plus you can tighten them through your pants.
if your gonna be in utah, id prolly go with the pro. and yea, ID liners are sooooooooo good. get um for sure.
everyones hating the ratchet strap but a key thing about it is..... NO SHINBANG!!! EVER!!!!... its soo dope in that respect plus if your foot fits in them right they are super comfortable and versatile
flynnball16: maybe i should just ride with p10s and some leashes
r3b3lth3ory: haha dude that would be funny as fuck... skiblade style
flynnball16: skiblades are sweet
flynnball16: im gonna ride them a bunch too
flynnball16: and just kick trees