Designed for skiers who like to charge all over the mountain, the Dalbello Krypton Kryzma I. D. Women's Ski Boot has all the same features as Dalbello's other top shelf freeride boots, but with a slightly friendlier 115 flex that can be ridden hard by rippers who don't tip the scales. Using Dalbello's famous three pice Cabrio archtiecture a stiff PE shell and PU cuff with a progressively flexing and swappable polyamide tongue the Kryzma provides plenty of side to side stiffness to transfer energy into your edges and prevent slop, with a flex that's tough enough to handle hard charging lines and mild enough to dominate in the park. If that's not sweet enough, it also comes with interchangeable firm and anti shock bootboards for charging and jibbing, respectively, along with canting, flex, and lean adjustments, so you can dial in the perfect setup for whatever's on the shred menu. You probably won't have to do much fiddling with your stance or fit, though, because the Kryzma's designed to be money right out of the box. The Contour 4 shell fit is designed to accommodate ankle, metatarsal, and navicular bones without the need for punches and grinds, and the center balanced Rocker stance is specifically engineered to drive fat and progressively shaped skis from a more neutral position. Once your foot's in the Kryzma, it'll stay there, too, because the I. D. Pro liner is fully heat moldable, and the Dynalink rearfoot retention system basically a buckle that pulls your heel directly into the pocket provides ridiculous amounts of heel hold without interfering with the flex of the shell. The forefoot buckle's been inverted, as well, which presses your foot down into the boot and resists breaking and bending more effectively than a traditional buckle. The upshot of all this' You can point the Kryzma at big lines, big jumps, or blower pow with confidence, knowing that even if you do fall, at least it won't be your boots' fault.