Dalbello has been a leader in ski boot technology for decades. They now have entered the lightweight touring boot category with the Quantum Asolo Factory. True to Dalbello heritage, they are taking touring boots to the next level of performance. Using a superlight and ultra-stiff polyamide reinforced with carbon fiber they bond the two halves of the shell together giving one of the best weight to performance ratios possible for touring boots. Unlike some of the other touring boots on the market using carbon fiber in the cuff the Quantum Asolo Factory keeps a nice progressive feel while you make your way down that fluffy apron, or gnarly couloir. Using a simple ski/walk lever and Dyneema Technora Rope this system allows you to go between skiing and skinning quickly and easily. With the range of motion of the cuff being almost frictionless and giving 65 degrees of movement, efficiency on the skin track is a sure thing. The lower shell uses a Quick Lacing System to hold the foot evenly and securely by using an endlessly adjustable dial to tighten and loosen around your foot. With this type of security, you may just find yourself skiing that one line that has always seemed too scary. To round out the comfort of the new Quantum Asolo Factory, Dalbello is using Ultralon foam sewn into a fully customizable ID liner. Pair that with a removable boot board and you end up with a piece of footwear that is equal parts cozy and high performing. Dalbello has created an innovative boot with the Quantum Asolo Factory to give you the fit, performance, and simplicity that will allow anyone to chase their skiing goals.
- Quick Lacing System allows precise adjustment and uniform pressure.
- Bonded shell keeps the boot light while maximizing performance.
- ID Touring Pro liner is easily customizable.
- Dual Link Cuff keeps the boot laterally stiff and gives the boot over 65° ROM.
- Vibram Dual Density Sole means you can scramble around on windswept ridges.
- Full-length boot board gives superior control and support.
- DIN sole for compatibility with frame bindings
|Weight (pair)||1900g [27.5]|
|Buckles||Lever throw with cord + Quick Lace System|
|Boot Sole Length||265mm [23.5]
|Binding Compatibility||Tech and frame style|
|Materials||Polyamide composite, carbon|
|Liner||ID Touring Pro|
|Sole||Vibram Dual Density Sole|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Notes||Fully customizable liner|
|Bottom Line||Innovative and simple touring boot from Dalbello.|
|Compare to other Touring Boots|
Questions & Reviews
What is the forward lean angle on these beauties? Is there a way of change it like on Alien RS or some other boots?
My next question would be how the downhill performance between the Dalbello and the F1 LT stacks up. I'm always wary of the cord durability. The F1 deals with that nicely.
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