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Dalbello Quantum Evo Boot

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“Enjoy the way and celebrate the ride...” This summary by Dalbello does a great job of describing the purpose of their Quantum Evo boot. Designed to be mobile for big days yet stout enough to drive a low-fat ski confidently, the Quantum Pro is for those seeking to journey far from the trailhead and enjoy the journey. The narrowish fit with autofit tech foam in the heel helps protect against blisters and will be a welcome addition for those with lower-volume feet. To make everyday ownership of the boots less tedious, the powerstrap buckle on the cuff features a smartly designed “set it and forget it” function, meaning less fiddling when you get to the trailhead. Because a boot like this won’t be a stranger on icy ridges, Dalbello saw fit to use a Vibram Dual density sole, so you can confidently plod on. If you’ve been searching for a low-volume, lightweight, and durable boot, the Quantum Evo should be on your shortlist.

  • Autofit Technology utilizes two memory foam pads on the heel, reducing blisters and conforming to different heel shapes.
  • Velcro power strap with a quick-release function is easy and simple to use.
  • Bonded shell keeps weight down while improving power transmission.
  • Full-length boot board helps with insulation against the cold.
  • Vibram Dual Density Rocker Sole supplies traction on icy ridges.
  • Carbon-reinforced Grilamid construction.

Update 2023/24: Dalbello did a very minor graphic change. Otherwise, the boot remains unchanged.

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1052g [26.5]
Weight (pair) 2104g [26.5]
Buckles   2 Buckles
Boot Sole Length   285mm [25.5]
295mm [26.5]
305mm [27.5]
315mm [28.5]
325mm [29.5]
Binding Compatibility   Tech, Hybrid, ISO 9523
Cuff Rotation   65°
Forward Lean(s)   12°
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   Grilamid carbon composite
Liner   ID Evo pro
Sole   Vibram dual density rocker
Skimo Co Says
Usage Light and fast ski mountaineering
Notes Super free range of motion
Bottom Line A competitive weight boot for fast and light skiing
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Fry
Do you guys think this boot is stout enough to drive 100mm underfoot skis? Some thing like my beloved Dhaulagiris?
Answer from Carlos M
Hi Fry,

Yes, that should be doable, especially in softer snow. Not as powerful and supportive as a more freeride-oriented boot, of course, but overall the Dalbello Quantum skis well for its weight and that wouldn't be too difficult of a proposition if you want to go to a lighter boot.
Answer from Robert F
Ok, final question: I assume these aren’t quite as stout as the Skorpius CR’s, but how about compared to the F1 XT’s?
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Question from Jared
Merry Christmas!

What are the main factors contributing to weight difference between the Evo and the Free 130s? Reading above, it looks like different shell construction, lack of/different buckle... liner as well?

I have been riding the 130s this season and am very psyched on them, but am always on the lookout to shave a couple hundred more grams. Just wondering if it is worth having both for lighter/longer days, and heavier/shorter or to just stick with the 130s.

Answer from Niko M
Hi Jared! Merry Christmas to you as well!

You are right. Different liners, shell constructions, and style and number of buckles are by in large responsible for the weight differences.
Glad to hear you like the 130s! Both boots will be fairly similar in regards to their performance characteristics overall, however the ~300g lost with the Evo would certainly result in a more efficient uphill experience for those longer days! Thanks!
Answer from Jared R
Thanks Nico!

Would you all by chance have a 29.5 shell you could put on a scale? :-D
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Question from Ben
What do these weigh in 27.5?
Answer from Carlos M
Hi Ben,

I just weighed a single 27.5 at 1135 grams.
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Question from Ben
I heard these boots aren't going to arrive this season in non-26.5 sizes, is that correct?
Answer from jbo
Hi Ben, as always, you seem to have your ear to the ground!
Answer from Ben
Its all anyone is talking about on the skintrack! Get it together, Dalbello!
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Question from Ben
Is the boot shell any different from the Quantum Asolo Factory from a couple years ago? I see they added buckles instead of boa and cables, but is the boot functionally different beyond that?
Answer from Jeff
Ben, All the Quantum's come from the same molds. Dalbello uses three different plastics that they mixed and matched in the different models. This one being the stiffest and lightest version. The big difference between models is the fasteners and the Liners. The 130 feel significantly different with its beefier liner.
Answer from Ben
Thanks Jeff! I see you have a 26.5 in stock, do you know the real world weight? If they are indeed 1000g I am intrigued
Answer from Jeff
The 26.5 is 1060g . Actual weight
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Question from Carbonj
So these boots will work with a mnc binding, iso 9523 ?
Answer from Tristan M
Hi Carbonj,

We just checked with Dalbello, the Quantum Evo is compatible with traditional tech bindings and the Marker Kingpin.
Answer from Tristan M
Hi Carbonj,

Just to follow up, sorry for the confusion, the sole of the Dalbello Quantum Evo is ISO 9523 compatible!
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