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Full Tilt Seth vs. Dalbello Krypton Pro
Alright, just to get this out of the way, I WENT TO A BOOTFITTER... I have a narrow foot with an average instep so he put me in both the full tilt seth morrison and the dalbello krypton pro. They both felt really good, so it's just matter of personal preference. What are the pro's and con's of each boot. Oh, and I'm an expert big mountain skier but have started to ski park more and more...Thanks guys
"I'm trying to inject style and creativity into my skiing, and transform a turn from a chore, into an expression. It's not only the way you see the mountain, but the way you ski it" -Eric Pollard
seth is the stiffest boot ft makes. thats not really ideal for park imo
then the morrisons may be preferable. while stock they come pretty stiff, you can buy tongues for 40 bucks that will dramatically soften them up, and they are easy to swap.
looking back, i would have been pretty okay with it if someone shot me in the face when i was 15. - asian_allen$
The dalbello is a good boot too, were u looking at the id liner? I ski the krypton pro amd was tole the seth was way softer, I didn't believe it until I flexed them out. It huge personal preference, I can't tell u which is a better boot for u, they r both good boots. go back to the store, stay in them for a while flex them out a bunch and figure out which u like better. On ns u're just gonna get a bunch of ft responses, but they r both good boots, oh and the kryptons come with softer tongues also.
Oceanography?!?! Is that like pornography in the ocean?
What if skiing had some horrible side effect; like it gave u mad pimply balls.
And what if snowboarding was the only cure?
both are awesome boots and they have a similar fit so it's going to come down to personal preference. in the long run it may be easier to find parts for the krypton but the seths do look pretty badass.
at this point it's your call
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