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  1. #1
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    FS: Dalbello Lupo Pro HD boots, 26.5

    Like the title says, Lupo Pro HD boots in a 26.5. I upgraded the liner to an Intuition luxury liner. Tongue is swapped out for a "C" flex. Also added a spoiler, and did some minor shaving on the soles to make them play nicer with pivots.

    Liners have been cooked once. Shells have a small punch at the front of the big toe, but are otherwise unmodified.

    I have some extra buckles, straps, and ladders that I'll include with the boots.

    Bought these because I wanted a tour-able boot that didn't give up any ground on downhill performance. These are great for that, but I just couldn't make them work with my foot.

    $550 + ship



    Last edited by toast2266; 02-14-2020 at 11:20 AM.

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    Did you think the C tongues felt better than the B tongues? I usually run B's in all my Dalbellos, but was thinking about using the Cs in my Lupo HDs too smooth them out a little bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdadour View Post
    Did you think the C tongues felt better than the B tongues? I usually run B's in all my Dalbellos, but was thinking about using the Cs in my Lupo HDs too smooth them out a little bit.

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    Yeah, I liked them. The flex felt a lot smoother. They're definitely a touch softer, but not excessively so (at least for me).

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    Quote Originally Posted by toast2266 View Post
    Yeah, I liked them. The flex felt a lot smoother. They're definitely a touch softer, but not excessively so (at least for me).
    Thanks, Im going to give that a shot. They feel a touch stiffer and little less smooth the my old full PU Lupo SP, which is understandable. But these are by far the best 50/50 travel boot out right now. Not much else out there thats built like an inbounds boot with all the ROM and tourability of a touring boot. Good luck with the sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdadour View Post
    Not much else out there thats built like an inbounds boot with all the ROM and tourability of a touring boot. Good luck with the sale.
    For sure. I'm pretty bummed I couldn't get them to work for my stupid feet, because the functionality of these boots is tough to beat.

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    bump / price drop

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdadour View Post
    Did you think the C tongues felt better than the B tongues? I usually run B's in all my Dalbellos, but was thinking about using the Cs in my Lupo HDs too smooth them out a little bit.

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    Iíve gone to C for the trees & P for hardpack.

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    Bump. Open to offers

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