With the Dalbello Rampage I.D. Ski Boot on your feet, you'll be able to send booters, grease rails, and pop off natural features all season without fear of being sidelined by shin bang. Thanks to the pre-punched Contour 4 shell and heat-moldable liner, the Rampage delivers a comfortable and responsive fit out of the box. By using three pieces of plastic instead of the traditional two, Dalbello is able to use super-stiff plastic in the lower shell and cuff for serious control and lateral stability, but still offer up a comfortable, progressively flexing tongue that'll give just enough on hard park landings while offering up plenty of support when you're rallying the rest of the mountain.
Dalbello also cooked up a whole mess of fit refinements over the years, a number of which are featured on the Rampage. Key among them is the Dynalink Rearfoot Retention system, which uses a flexible cable to pull the foot back into the heel pocket for bomber hold when you're pushing the limit. By connecting the cable from shell-to-shell, instead of shell-to-cuff, Dalbello's able to keep the Rampage's flex smooth and consistent and virtually eliminate heel lift, letting you ski harder and more securely in any terrain. The inverted forefoot buckle also pulls your foot down into the bootboard, instead of pinching the shell around the ball of your foot, and the adjustable lean, flex, and canting mechanisms let you get the Rampage's fit tighter than your favorite set of man-tights. As a final touch, Dalbello designed the Rampage with a center-balanced Rocker stance, which provides a more neutral platform for wide and rockered skis, and it made sure the toe and heel lugs are replaceable, keeping your soles grippy and your bindings releasing properly.