Garmont Delirium w/ Alpine Sole
Description: Garmont Delirium w/ Alpine Sole
Enter the world of ecstasy with the world’s first high performance alpine freeride boot; it’s time to step into the Garmont Delirium with Alpine Sole. This men’s telemark/alpine touring ski boot has the walk-ability of a ski mountaineering boot, but is expert stiff when you drop into the crud and find that complete control. The Garmont Delirium with Alpine Sole has plenty of room in the forefoot while the heel is snug and secure for that sold edge control most needed in the backcountry. The High Overlap shell design cradles the foot and lower leg, and enhances the fast boot response of the precise ski control turns.
The one-piece overlap is seamless with no tongue or riveted pieces that flex and create gaps, and it improves touring as well as walking due to its design of rotating naturally out of the way offering great freedom of movement. Go with Garmont, and you will be glad with the stiff, supportive and fully lined EX Fit Liner. In addition, these PowerFrame boots have Quick-Change easily interchangeable soles that are compatible with the three fixed heel-binding norms, i.e. ISO Alpine, ISO Touring and Tech.
Features of the Garmont Delirium w/ Alpine Sole
Garmont Delirium w/ Alpine Sole Colors Available:
TOP FIVE PROS
- stiff race fit and feel (1)
- Performs Well (1)
- Good Design (1)
- Good Construction (1)
- Good Articulation (1)
TOP THREE BEST USES
- Multi-Day Tours (1)
- Downhill Skiing (1)
- Alpine Touring (1)
QUESTION SUBMITTED BY: Scott 4/05/2016
"Hi, does the Delirium have the same fit as the Garmont Radium (I have Radiums in 29) and do the Deliriums come with both the AT and alpine soles?"
USOUTDOOR.com responded on 4/05/2016
QUESTION SUBMITTED BY: mattsantala 1/10/2016
"Is the length of the boot sole 335 mm?"
USOUTDOOR.com responded on 1/11/2016
REVIEWED BY: TODD H. 2013-03-23
"If you are used to touring in performance alpine boots, these are a nice transition. Not the lightest, but who cares? They ski great, and feel good enough on the way up."