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With just a graphic update for 2022, the popular Lupo AX 120 returns as one of the best boot quiver-killers on the market to provide freeride oriented skiers a boot that grants them uphill capability without downhill compromise. Boasting a true 120 flex and the same architecture as Dalbello's downhill-focused Krypton line, the Lupo AX 120 offers impressive downhill performance whether it's on your favorite backcountry line or thrashing around your local resort. Couple that with a boot that comes standard with tech inserts, GripWalk soles, and a removable Kinetic Response Tongue that, when removed, offers 67 degrees range of motion and a weight savings of 150 grams per boot, and you've got a freeride boot that offers best-in-category range of motion and tours as well as any boot in this category. Ideal for the 50/50 skier, or anyone prioritizing downhill performance in their touring boot. For those skiers that tour less, and would be willing to trade weight for a bit more durability, check out the Lupo AX 120's sibling, the Lupo AX HD.
Measured in millimeters, the volume refers to the last, or width, of the boot. Narrower boots are best for expert, aggressive skiers, who care more about performance than comfort. Foot width factors in as well, with narrow-footed skiers prefering boots with narrower lasts. Keep in mind that in general, the narrower the boot the less comfortable it will be.
The higher the number, the stiffer the boot. Skiers lighter in weight and beginner to intermediate skiers tend to prefer a boot with a softer flex. Conversely, heavier and more aggressive skiers are more likely to prefer a stiffer boot.
"Tech Fittings" are metal inserts in the toe and heel of a boot that allow it to lock into tech bindings. Tech bindings, also commonly called AT or pin bindings, are designed for uphill access and ski touring and require that your boot has "tech fittings" to be compatible.
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