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Dalbello's Krypton ski boot gets a late launch

 Poster: A snowHead
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New ski hardware is almost always unveiled in February to secure trade orders for the following winter, but sometimes there's a shock autumn launch.

This boot - the Dalbello Krypton - was rumoured to be in the mill last winter. Legendary freeskier Glen Plake has been a test pilot, but the most important thing about the boot is its design.

As a result of shake-ups and patents in the ski boot industry, the Krypton inherits an important design element from Raichle - the Flexon tongue, an innovative 3-clip format (with the middle clip controlling the mid shell rather than the cuff), and a 3-part shell, along with some other tweaks.

It's unlikely to be seen much outside the States, where 3,000 are being sent this winter.
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