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Dalbello Panterra (2020)

2020 Men's Comfort Ski Boot Review

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Brand: Dalbello

Model: Panterra



Specs

Gender

Male

Level

Intermediate

Number of Buckles

4

  • FLEXES: 130, 120, 100, 90
  • LAST: 100-102MM
  • VOLUME: MEDIUM TO HIGH
  • 2020 GEAR GUIDE RANK: #5

The all-new Panterra serves up some familiar features, including an adjustable last, but also incorporates a walk mode, a customizable shell and liner, and improved downhill power transfer thanks to the shell’s Power Cage design. Testers noted it’s the easiest boot to get into in the category and looks sleek.

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