Garmont Delirium


Alpine Sole AT Soles
Price $734.95 USD $799.95

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Garmont Delirium Alpine Touring Ski Boot is a powerful 130 flex boot ready to devour whatever the mountain throws at you.


CLOSEOUTS . With big-mountain stiffness and supportive, thermoformable EZ fit liners, Garmontand#39;s Delirium alpine ski boots are built for aggressive skiers who crank high-speed turns. Available Colors: RED. Sizes: 26, 28, 28.5, 29, 29.5, 30, 30.5.

- Sierra Trading Post

Carving tracks down the line of a lifetime isn't as difficult as actually getting to it, but with the Garmont Delirium AT Boot you have both easy ascending ability and stiff descending stability to shred aggressive arcs once you finish the climb. Built to advance your backcountry big-mountain domination, this four-buckle boot allows three different angles of forward lean and a free-swinging walk mode for backcountry tours, couloir crushing, or quick resort laps.


Drop into tough off-piste snow and find yourself in a delirium of joy while strapped into the Delirium Ski Boot from Garmont. Designed for powerful descents, this boot is rated as expert on the stiffness scale and with a wide forefront to accommodate skiers with bone spurs and a secure heel for solid edge control, you're locked into comfort and precision. For power transmission, the High Overlap is exactly where you need it - over the medial mid-foot, and the lean forward has 3 adjustments with one bolt. 4 Magnesium FR buckles secure your foot.

- Mountain Gear

Garmont Delirium


The Delirium has been discontinued.


The Garmont Delirium is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 17, 2015 at

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