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agree with the heel lift
I tried on the 2010 DC Mora's for size at Sport Chalet and could not believe how little heel lift there was. I ran home and bought the 2009 right away (since they were on sale). When I got them however, I realized that it was a completely different boot. The lining was made of a different material, and because there is an air bladder (that does not seem to work on my boots) there are a bunch of pressure points that really stress out my feet on the mountain. Also, I tested the boots at home and my heels were lifting, even though the exact same size in the 2010 model gave me zero heel lift.
Overall, I like the BOA system, but that is probably the only thing I like about this boot. I also have to adjust my bindings because this boot is so short.
Can you please tell me if this boot comes...
Can you please tell me if this boot comes with the DC Alpha, Bravo or Delta liner?
Love the boots, run a little small.....
I wear a size 8.5-9 shoe and bought these boots in a 10. They were too big so I ordered a 9.5 which are great. My old boots (brand to be unnamed) were a 10 and would always put my feet to sleep and give me cramps. These boots are great because the boa is amazing to tighten and the two zones. My feet always feel tight, I probably could have gone with the 9 in hopes they would pack out, but I opted for no toe squeezing, but I do feel the pumps do not work as well as I had hoped. Still an awesome boot, I wouldnt go with anything else.
These boots do run very short, I wear a 6 shoe and had to get this boot in 7. Once I had the proper size though, i love this boot. The toe box is very roomy, perfect for wide feet, for the first time I'm able to not only move my toes, but do not fall asleep within 10 minutes of putting on my boots.
The dual boa system is great and makes for easy adjustments while on the mountain.
The backs are nice and low and flexible so if you're short there is none of the dreaded calf burn
Not the boot i thought it was
The DC Mora runs very short (25cm for a size 8.5) and I had to go up a full size to get the length I usually get in a 7.5. Tons of heel slip and pressure points on the inside and outside of the ankle and when I finally got my size 8.5's (after trying and returning 7.5's and 8's), the air pumps didn't work - i didn't find that out til I got to the mountain and could keep my heel down. If you have wide, short feet - this is probably a good boot. The BOA system is great but didn't work for me.