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Dalbello Lupo AX for women

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Hi
Just wondered if anyone has got or tried these boots? They are appealing as they go down to my size (a weeny 21.5) but I've never tried a Dalbello on, do they fit true to size? etc
Many thanks
Linda
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I have Lupo AX120 and would say that they are true to size. One thing to check is that the Lupo range has some different lasts (width). Mine have 100mm and I have medium width feet. I regret not getting one of the 98mm width models. That apart they are great boots for their intended application - freeride / shorter tours - I use something else for hut to hut touring etc.
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Thanks Jedster
It's more the rarity of a boot that is an adults boot in a small enough size that makes it appealing, I have junior race boots at the moment but my other half wants to get into the touring side of things.
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Not sure if they have your size, but the price is pretty keen.....https://www.sportsdirect.com/dalbello-lupo-ax-ladies-ski-boots-921123?colcode=92112301

Happy with my mens AX120 also. I'd say they (M28) size up well compared to my Atomic alpine soled boots, M28.

Nick
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I bought a pair of Dalbello Chakra women's boots in my "normal size" (i've had various Nordica boots over the years and they just fit each time). The Chakra's are a boot with the narrow 98ml last. Felt great initially, properly snug but the toe box was too long and in the end I decided they were just too big-proved by the fact that I later lost a big toenail later in the spring. It was a joy to put my old boots back on and feel I could ski again. I didn't go back and try and swap for a smaller pair-it was a bit too late for it then. Mr P has skied on Lupos for at lest the last 4 seasons and really likes em.
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