I guess the Dalbello Krypton Rampages are not that narrow as I have quite wide feet. I took them to a ski rental, and made them heat them up, and widen them a bit. That made them perfect for me.
As my feet are quite flat as well, ski boots in general are not fitting that good, so I put an extra insole in there, so i won't be toe banging as much.
I like the detail, that the front clip is "inwarded" so that it won't be popping up, in case of hitting a rail go something.
Overall, a nice boot that I enjoy riding.
(I prefer riding park, but personally I think they make a really good pow-boot as well)
I got this boot fitted for me in boulder after trying it on and comparing it to other narrow width boots on the market. LIke any good boot you should have it heat molded and get some custom insoles but after that is done they have fit like a dream. I like the buckle system and haven't had to worry about breaking the buckles like my brother does on his Full Tilts. Overall they have been a good boot for the price and I would definitely recommend them for use all over the mountain.