Dalbello KR 2 LUPO I.D. (2014)
Looked mighty bad (as in good) on the rack. Testers said it fit and skied just as well as it styled. Designed for a big-mountain freestyle application, it also appeals to jibbers, patrollers and slackcountry guys. The commonly thread? The great shin fit and long, progressive flex feel. It traveled through a full range of flexion without binding, breaking-over or collapsing. This is a shin bang sufferer's magic bullet, testers said. Testers also liked that it was tight-for some, tighter than right, or at least tighter than most other narrow boots through the ankles and into the bottom of the leg shaft. But let's remember that this is an I.D. liner and a full cook job and proper molding will make worlds of difference there-however, you of the chicken-legged posse will love this fit.