dalbello has a 3 piece boot series, kinda sorta similar to full tilt. if you want the softest, you'll want the rampage. but since you seem uncertain with what you want, I'd tell you to go to your local shop and talk to the boot fitter, and try on a bunch of boots. they can order in whatever boot they want, including fulltilit.
im not uncertain i was actually doing this cuase my freind thinks high rollers are 80 flex but i think there 110 but i kno i want dalbello or im almost positive and i kno im trying them on before i get them
orage makes line...?................everyone loves midwest even if we hate on our own parks.......................
as for getting any boot from any company, its really only possible if your shop is a vendor. there are some manners of getting things from other companies, but a shop wont do that just for you to try it on.
go and try on the kryptons if you're keen on getting them. if they dont fit, they dont fit. there are a few different models of the high roller, and the flex is not really comparable to the kryptons anyway. the krypton is designed (like all three piece boots) to have a smooth forward flex while still being laterally stiff and compliant (which is needed when edging a ski). its, in my mind, the best design on the market, especially for a freestyle boot