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Dolomite Pro Z 110 (2007)

Dolomite Pro Z 110 (2007)

Pro Visually, the only thing that differentiates the 110 from the 130 is the duller aluminum finish on the buckles. Both Pro models have extra-rugged power straps and buckles. And on either model, you can soften the flex by removing one or both screw studs on the spine. Judging by our testers' responses, that's something worth experimenting with, because many felt the 110's stock flex, like the 130's, was race-stiff. The women complained of difficulty getting them on and off. But in general, testers thought the close fit of the 110 would be a blessing for skiers with narrow feet. Our hard-charging guys liked them best. "The snug fit gives them agility and spunk," said Sabanosh. Blaylock called them "solid, with a nice, progressive flex. Super responsive." Con It needs constant attention, lest you lose command. Top Scores Lateral Response 3.6, Steering Power 3.5, Rear Support 3.4

PRICE (MSRP): $600.00
Product Specifications | How We Test
Rating: Toebox Fit2.00 / 5
Rating: Forefoot Fit2.00 / 5
Rating: Ankle Fit2.00 / 5
Rating: Instep Fit2.00 / 5
Rating: Adjustments3.00 / 5
Rating: Closure3.20 / 5
Rating: Response3.60 / 5
Rating: Support3.40 / 5
Rating: Flex3.20 / 5
Rating: Steering3.50 / 5
Rating: Comfort3.10 / 5
Rating: Overall Impression3.10 / 5
Rating: Average Score3.10 / 5
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