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Object Title: Diablo

Manufacturer: Crispi

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Page By: Ed F

Created/Edited: Jan 25, 2008 / Jan 25, 2008

Object ID: 4680

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Product Description

The Crispi Diablo Free Ride AT Ski Boot is a stiff freeride boot made for climbing the steeps and muscling your fat skis through the powder on the way down. Crispi built the high 4-buckle shell from Pebex framed with carbon fiber to add strength but maintain a low weight. The Diablo Free Ski Boot's new ultralight liner boasts huge weight savings and incredible insulating qualities. Dial in your forward lean with three choices plus a walking feature for the uphill march. The Skywalk sole locks up on rocks and snow in case you need to take off your skis and scramble a bit.


Shell Material: Pebax Stiff
Liner Material: Crispi ultralight
Thermo-moldable Liner: Yes
Number of Buckles: 4
Micro Adjustable: Yes
Forward Lean: Yes, 3 inclinations
Binding Compatibility: AT bindings
Weight: 3lb 12oz; 1700g
Recommended Use: Freeriding
Warranty: 2 Years



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Ed FGreat Freeride Boot

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I bought these to replace a pair of Denali TTs, and I think these boots are better. They offer a little more stiffness when locked down. They also fit my foot a little better, but that's of course a personal thing. To compare, I have a narrow heel and a wide forefoot.

These boots are really nice for the walk uphill, and the walk setting is very natural. For skiing, they lock down and feel almost like an alpine boot.

Diablos will drive the burliest of freeride skis. I use them with the BD Zealot, and they work great.
Posted Jan 25, 2008 4:30 pm

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