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At a 110 flex, The Dalbello Rampage is perfect for the intermediate to advanced skier who isn't looking for an overly stiff boot. With a 98 last, it is ideal for a narrow foot.
The website says, "The Rampage ID is one of the most popular freeskiing performance boots on the market. A World Class performer developed specifically for all around the mountain versatility."
I tested these boots at Bridger Bowl, in Montana. Mine are downsized to 23.5, a tight performance fit. I had the D tongues in to stiffen it up a bit. This is my first three piece boot, and breaking it in wasn't as rough as previous boots. The snow conditions were powder, with some groomed trails. These boots are extremely solid, and deliver perfect edge to edge control. At no point did I feel I was over flexing, or that they weren't delivering enough power. They're light, making jumps feel easy, and the snug fit provided a stable, sick AF landing. The intuition liner isn't extremely dense, but should still be heat stacked to conform to your leg.
I'd like to test these a little more, but my initial thoughts are A+. I'd recommend these to any friends looking for a mid-to soft range boot that feels like a powerful boot.