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Dalbello Panterra 100
Got a pro form for Dalbello boots from the shop I work at and I really wanted Voodoo's but they're sold out. I really need new boots this year and I was thinking the Panterra 100 might be a good boot. I do a little park but mostly I ski around the mountain and find little features that I can hit as I go. I don't know if the boot is good in the park or not so do any of you have information on it? (I tried the il moro but I didn't like it because permanent shin splints.)
Booty, pizza, and skis.
Ski blades and I have an unhealthy relationship.
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Can you try them on before you commit? And what is a "park boot"?
Personally I would get any of these before the Panterra but that's me: Rampage, IL MORO, LUPO, Blender. It's all about fit though and try to get any of these with the ID liner if you can.
ya know if your being bestowed proform
a simple knowledge of the companies products
or the ability to find this info would be a good start
i bet the dabello rep would be a better place to ask
When you walk out the door in the morning, what matters most is not what type of skiing you do but whether that skiing is any good. On a waist-deep day, dropping into tight chutes or open bowls, down a sweet line throught the trees where pockets of wind-blown snow create so many natural lips and launching pads... So lets let the dubious bickering within our own sport die with it. The answer is already out there, along with the energy, the freedom, and the truth: What "saved skiing" is SKIING. - Tom Bie
Dalbello boots personally fit my feet great most of the time. Love them. That being said...i would never buy a "park" boot ever again.
WAY to soft for any form of skiing outside of the park. You lose so much from how soft they are.
"You put on your boots, click into your bindings, dust the snow off your skis, and head out for the chair, and it doesn't matter that you failed a test, didn't get the girl, or that your life is on a one way trip down the shitter, your world is right for the next couple of hours."
i def wouldn't consider the pan terra line a park boot though....
OP, i have this years pan terra 120 (non ID liner) and its pretty money, I got a few days in them last season and they were sweet
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