Dalbello Kryzma I.D. Ski Boot

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Christy Sports (2012) $424.95
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Regularly: $850.00
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Dalbello Kryzma I.D. Ski Boot -

The Dalbello Women's Krypton KR 2 Kryzma I.D. Ski Boot really does have it all with its heat-moldable I.D. Thermo Pro Lady liner, 115 flex index, 98mm last, women-specific fit, and customizable features. Designed for ladies who don't give a second thought to straightlining through a tight chute, maneuvering down steep, techy terrain, or sending big mountain lines, the Krypton KR 2 comes with medium- and stiff-flex interchangeable tongues to custom fit your flex to your style of skiing. Add to that women-specific cuff, liner, and last, and this boot is undeniably yours. Imagine how much harder you'll rip in a boot this customizable.

The KR 2 Kryzma uses an innovative Cabrio design architecture that combines a boot shell/boot cuff assembly with an external Kinetic Response shell tongue closure. As a result, this design provides rigid lateral support for dynamic power-to-ski energy transfer with a comfortable, smooth flex, superior shock absorption, and a convenient way to put on and take off the KR 2 Kryzma. Dalbello's Contour 4 shell fit technology features relief contours molded into the inside lower shell at the ankle, heel, 5th metatarsal, and navicular points to provide a close and accurate fit and minimize the need for shell modifications.

To provide a strong foothold and rearfoot stability when you charge big lines, the KR 2 Kryzma features Dynalink Rearfoot Retention that uses an independently functioning heel/instep closure assembly to minimize foot sliding, heel lift, and boot shell distortion when you flex the boot. With today's modern rockered skis and lateral skiing technique you need a much more upright and neutral (flatter) stance, so Dalbello incorporated its Center Balanced Stance technology into the KR 2 Kryzma to center your body mass over the sweet spot of your skis for more power and control with less effort.
The renowned Intuition I.D. Thermo Pro Lady liner supplies a 100% custom fit design to eliminate relative movement between the liner and shell for improved response, accurate and powerful energy transfer to the ski, and better control. Its women-specific fit features more taper towards the rear for better foothold, more cushioning, softer liner fabrications, additional insulation, and lower height cuffs. The Pro Lady also uses a no-tongue overlapping design that's able to hold your foot and leg in a stronger and more balanced stance position which is key when you find yourself slashing turns down steep, techy terrain or straightlining through a tight chute.
For a secure, comfortable boot closure, the KR 2 Kryzma relies on three F500 aluminum micro-adjustable buckles and a power strap. The KR 2 Kryzma comes with two interchangeable tongues (stiff and medium) that allow you to adjust the flex of the boot while an adjustable forward lean lets you custom fit your stance.


  • Contour 4 shell fit with center balanced stance


  • F500 aluminum micro-adjustable buckles and power strap


  • Cabrio design architecture
  • Adjustable forward lean, adjustable flex, twin canting
  • Solid lug bootsoles
  • 2 Interchangeable tongues - stiff and medium flex
  • Dynalink Rearfoot Retention
  • 115 flex index with a 98mm forefoot width
  • I.D. Thermo Pro Lady liner (heat-moldable)
Christy Sports (2012)

The top model in the Krypton Lady Series, the Krypton Kryzma has been developed for top level, aggressive and accomplished expert freeride skiers and competitors seeking a close and precise fit with powerful and responsive energy transfer. Interchangeable tongues & footboards make this the most versatile and adjustable Krypton model.
All men’s and women’s Krypton models feature new shell and innerboot last shapes featuring Contour 4 (C4) Fit Concept for improved fit, function, performance, and control.
Boot Technology.
     Cabrio Design: HD P.U. Shell/Cuff.
     Contour 4 Concept.
     Kinetic Response Tongue.
     Dynalink + DC Cable Clusure.
     Low Cuff Hinge.
     F-500 Alu Buckles – 3 Microadjustable.
     Forward Lean Control.
     Forward Flex Control.
     Twin Canting.
     2 Interchangeable Tongues – Stiff & Medium Flex.
     2 Interchangeable Footboards – Firm & Anti-Shock.
    Wrap Design with rearfoot volume control.
    Solid, monoblock Ultralon HD (High Density) construction.
    Closed-toe forefoot design – performance fit.
    Quickwick Nylon lining – max foothold

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Dalbello Kryzma I.D. Ski Boot Reviews:


For ladies with Cinderella style footsies, here is some information.
I have a street shoe size 6.0-6.5 and don't enjoy the annual struggle to find performance fitting ski boots. Many companies won't manufacture a 22-22.5 so the options are LIMITED.
I tried a 22.5 in the Rossignol AllTrack Pro 110 Ski Boot, which was SIGNIFICANTLY larger than the 22.5 in this Kryzma model. Like....HUGE difference.
I have a fairly narrow forefoot with a flat arch, these boots are CRAZY tight in the 22.5, but it feels good. Getting them fixed up by a trusted bootfitter here in Salt Lake City, Inkline! They actually wanted to put me in a 21.0, (kids) - but that wasn't an option since these were provided to me to review.
The Intuition liners are a TOTAL plus, really nice to dial in the fit.
These boots are also silly lightweight I wasn't really expecting them to be so featherweight, so this was a pleasant surprise. I honestly feel like I could really cut a rug in these things. This will come in handy for impromptu post-ski dance parties. The appearance of the boots is also pleasing. If Catwoman skied, she would obviously wear these boots. This is the sleek, high-performance version of a sky-high, sexy black stiletto heel. You could probably break some hearts with these boots. MEEEOW.
Will update this review once I've skied on them a few weeks. AMAZING what a difference custom insoles made to the fit on these. Obviously bootwork is expensive, but if you demand performance, it's worth it. The insoles feel like baby clouds on my feet - SO excited to give these girls a go.

Lexi Dowdall at Backcountry.com on 11/05/2013

The best ski boot ever! Great fit, performance everything you want in a ski boot.

Jackie Paaso at Backcountry.com on 10/31/2013