2023 Dalbello DS MX 65 LS Women's Ski Boots

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Dalbello DS MX 65 LS Women's Ski Boots

Are you a beginner, female skier looking to move on from the bunny hill and take on blues and greens? You've mastered the basics and feel ready to take your skills to the next level, so why not set yourself up for success with the right boots for the job. The Dalbello DS MX 65 LS Women's Ski Boots are the perfect candidate, with the ideal flex rating of 65 ready to assist you with increased forward pressure and dynamic power. To get into the front of your boot, where you drive your ski and power your turns, you must lean into the tongue of the boot. Without the appropriate flex, you will not be able to successfully do so. The 105 mm forefoot width will give your feet the space to move when temperatures drop and your toes need to wiggle. Comfort is key when spending long hours on the hill. Between the wide last and super comfort liner, your feet will be more comfortable than they've ever been in ski boots, which is crucial when it comes to enhancing your abilities. A high instep paves the way for easy entrance into the boot, as well as eliminates the risk of poor positioning and bad circulation throughout the foot. Your feet are the power houses when it comes to skiing so why not give them the comfort and support they need. The Dalbello DS MX 65 boot is sure to deliver top performance and quick results for the most bang for your buck.


  • Forefoot Width: 105 mm
  • Flex Rating: 65
  • DB Hyperlite Shell
  • Super Comfort Liner
2023 Dalbello DS MX 65 LS Women's Ski Boots
I received these boots today and ordered a 25.5 since I wear a 8.5 women’s shoe, but I cannot even get my foot in the boot even when all straps are undone. Do these run small? If so, what should I order. I ordered it as a package abs have e skis too.
Question by: Tammy snyder on Jan 2, 2022, 2:36 PM
Hi Tammy,

That would be the size on our charts that matches with a 8.5 US Women's shoe size. If you can't even get your foot into the boot, sounds like a volume/width issue rather than a length issue. Take the liner out of the shell of the boot and stick your foot inside the liner- your toes should just be brushing the front of the boot with your heel staying firmly in place (Make sure you are flexing forward when doing this) If the liner fits than the shell of the boot may be too narrow for your calf to fit in.

Hope this helps!

Answer by: Mike Aidala on Jan 3, 2022, 3:47 PM

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