Dalbello Lupo Carbon Ti

Dalbello Lupo Carbon Ti

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Touring boot with freeride ski performance.

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Hiking like a touring boot and skiing like a freeride boot – seemed to be impossible; until now! The new Lupo Carbon T.I. combines greatest skiability, easy handling and all this under 1700g.

Tech Spec

Brand Dalbello
Ability Advanced, Expert
Foot shape Standard
Where you like to ski Touring

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Posted by Will Collins on Monday, 24 October 2016


Hello. Do these boots have soles that you can remove and change over so that you can use the boots with regular apline bindings? Thanks


  • Posted by John Sturgess on Monday, 24 October 2016


    an aftermarket kit with interchangeable soles conform to the dimensions of ISO 5355 Alpine boot soles but not certi¬fied for ISO 5355 Alpine Boot Sole due to the inclusion of the metal components (tech inserts) integrated into the toe and heel of the ski boot shell



    The LUPO T.I. comes equipped with Alpine Touring Norm boot soles ( ISO 9523), for walking in comfort and skiing performance

  • Posted by John Sturgess on Monday, 24 October 2016

    Good Afternoon Richard,

    Thanks for your enquiry and firstly I'll answer the easier of the two questions; yes we do mount and set up the bindings for you free of charge where you purchase both the skis and bindings from us.

    Secondly and perhaps a little trickier to answer not least because there are several good bindings about. Both the Marker Griffon and Squire are consistently good sellers (and good Performers) for us as are the Tyrolia Attack's The Wardens (both the Scott and the Salomon) are both manufactured by Salomon and are effectively their equivalents of the Markers; as for Salomon STH's, there a good solid binding but probably your best choice is between the aforementioned.


    Hope this helps, I've put them on our system linked to the X-Drive's so if you call the ski up again you should see them with an "add to bundle" button and this will give you a reduction off the bindings as apairing.


    Hope this helps.


    Kind regards


    John and Team at Snowfit/Revolutionz

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