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While the Dalbello Sherpa 7/3 I.D. Alpine Touring Boot probably won't guide you up Everest, it is a lightweight, sure-footed, sophisticated, piece of equipment that will meet just about every alpine touring need. It has a low cuff hinge, double-hinged tongue for smooth ascent motion, and a lugged Vibram sole that make your big-mountain hike feel like a walk in the park. A rearfoot retention system and 100 flex keep you in an aggressive position on the descent. Maybe, the Dalbello Sherpa isn't so shabby a guide, after all.