Dalbello's Il Moro MX 110 IF Ski Boot is both aggressive and forgiving at the same time, which might seem a little juxtaposed when you think about it, unless you're a park skier that is. Its three-piece construction (tongue, cuff, and shell) gives the boot a smoother power transmission, a dynamic rebound, and excellent shock absorption. This unique construction results in more precision when you're lining up for jumps to faraway rails, and you can expect greater consistency out of the 110 flex from the the first turn to your final jump off the lip.
As for the forgiveness, the flex also assists with shock absorption whenever you land. The roomy 103mm last also keeps the comfort at each landing, as does the shock-absorbing footbed and thermo-moldable liner. With the help of a boot-fitter, the liner can go through a heat-molding process that conforms the liner to your foot's contours for a custom-like feel. With comfort like this, you can butter off booters, jib urban rails, and miss the lip all day.
- High-energy ski boot built for park laps
- Forgiving 110mm balances power with shock absorption
- Roomy 103mm last for easy-fitting comfort
- Three-piece Cabrio construction delivers a progressive forward flex
- Thermo-moldable liner custom fits your foot's contours
- Landing Gear footbed attenuates vibrations off of jumps
- Dynalink heel strap and Hyperband powerstrap secure the fit
- Q & A
Comfort, performance and dalbello feel!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I weigh 90 kg and ski blixzard rustler 11 and volkl mantra. I like to ski fast carvers, big turns but also just play around. Not a jibber. Have a fair share of skiing with my kids (5 and 7) and comfort is important. Have been using dalbello rampage för years and love the progressive flex and cabrio design. I consider myself an advanced skier.
Im not a fan of stiffer hard flexing race type of boots (and if you are I stongly recommend another boot).
The mx110 is a noticable wider boot than rampage with 103mm last which is a pefect match (my foot being 103). First impression is comfort and a nice familiar dalbello cabrio feeling. Nice comfy, warm liner. Perfect flex for freeriding and carving the groomers. When it gets rough in moguls and out of the slopes the boot really excelles with a forgiving damped feel. Perfect if you are prone for shin bang like me. I highly recommend this boot for anyone with wider feet (it is wide), looking for all day comfort and a really nice high performing freeriding boot.
The looks is not the best but hey- first ski day with these boots without any pain and buckles strapped all day. That qualifies for the highest grade for me. The performance is a confidence booster IF you are "into" progressive flex.