Ski Boot Review: Dalbello Lupo -
  • Dalbello Lupo
  • Profeet stock: 120
  • Cost: £500
  • Last: 100mm
  • Size: 25 – 29

Profeet thoughts: Unchanged from last year, the generous 100mm last in the Lupo offers both uphill comfort and downhill performance to those skiers with a wider forefoot and taller instep.

Packed with well thought out features including a removable tongue that allows for greater range of motion while touring. The second buckle is attached through the layers of plastic meaning it holds your foot incredibly well in both ski and walk mode.

Key features

  •  100mm Medium Fit
  • GripWalk
  • Touring norm with tech insert
  • Quick Removable Tongue
  • Grilamid/Fiber Glass/Pebax
  • IF Air Liner
  • 40° Forward Lean, 27° Backward Lean
  • 1625 g (Hike Mode)
  • 1780 g (Downhill)
  1. GripWalk – The new sole-binding system for walking comfort and skiing performance, available in 90% of the Dalbello ski boots collection
  2. Quick Removable Tongue – Taken away easily with only one hand, the removed tongue offers endless forward lean movement while hiking and great skiing performance for downhilling due to it’s flex.
  3. Touring norm with tech insert – May be used with ISO 9523 Alpine Touring Norm bindings due to their tech inserts.
  4. Range of motion of the cuff – (40° Forward Lean, 27° Backward Lean). As it’s function of a touring boot, the forward lean while hiking is the most important to walk with.

For more info on this shoe please contact the Profeet Ski Lab on 020 7736 0046.


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