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Dalbello Raya 11 Ski Boots


Brand Dalbello

The Dalbello Raya 11 is a great boot for the intermediate to advanced skier who has a medium to wide forefoot and medium to wide shaft of the leg. The 3 Piece Cabrio Design has a progressive and natural flex. The Low Profile Lady Cuff is lower and wider to accommodate the shorter, fuller leg shape of women skiers and the Lady Last is specifically designed for the female foot to be slightly narrower in the heel to give you a more comfortable fit without any slippage. The Raya 11 has a Dynalink Rearfoot Retention System will keep your foot locked in place without any slipping or heel lift and it will not distort the shell for a secure and comfortable fit. A Ramp Angle Inclinator (heel lift) will help you keep your hips forward, stay on top of your skis and make it easier for you to turn. The Cuff of the Raya 11 has a Volume Expansion Adjustment so it can fit a wide variety of leg shapes and sizes to keep you comfortable and secure in your boots all day so you don't have to worry about any shin bang. A ski/walk mechanism makes heading to and from the slopes a cinch. An 85 flex is a great mix of performance and stability without being excessive so will can be in control and comfortable. If you are looking for a boot that has a fully adjustable cuff and fits medium to wide in the forefoot, the Dalbello Raya 11 will be a great boot for you.
  • Cuff Volume Expansion Adjustment
  • Dynalink Rearfoot Retention
  • Ramp Angle Inclinator
  • Best Fits a Medium to Wide Forefoot, and Medium to Wide Shaft of the Leg
    Ski Gear Intended Use: All Mountain
    Category: Downhill
    Width: Medium (100-103mm)
    Forefoot Width: 103 mm
    Flex: Medium
    Actual Flex: 85
    Flex Adjustment: No
    Buckle Count: 3
    Number of Micro Buckles: 3
    Buckle Material: F-500 Aluminum
    Cuff Alignment: Single
    Ski/Walk: Yes
    Prewired For Heat: No
    Special Features: 3 Piece Cabrio Design
    Special Features: Low Profile Lady Cuff
    Warranty: One Year
    Used: No