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Full Tilt B&E Pro Model Ski Boots

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Type: Freestyle
Flex Index: 60
Liner: Heat Moldable
Buckle Layout: 3 Buckle
Buckle Material: Metal
Last Width: 99
Walk Mode: Yes
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Full Tilt B&E Pro Model Ski Boots

Full Tilt B and E Pro Model Ski Boots are some of the toughest boots available on the market today. Made with a tough outer shell that adds rigidity for greater control matched with a soft and adaptable inner liner, these boots fit most styles of skier without hampering their movement. Pro Model ski boots are just the icing on the cake, making sure that the boots remain secure no matter what you throw at them on the slopes.

Key Features of the Full Tilt B and E Pro Model Ski Boots:
  • FTO Shell
  • 99mm Width
  • 6 Flex Tongue
  • Active Boot Board
  • Rubberheel
  • Ratchet Buckle
  • Performer Liner
  • Shell: ORIGINAL
  • Width (mm): 99
  • Flex: 6
  • Liner: PRO, Wide toe
  • Boot Board: ACTIVE
  • Replaceable Sole: RUBBER heel
  • Buckles: RATCHET
  • Cant Forward: 3mm and 7.6mm
  • Cant Lateral: 12mm
  • Height Toe/ Heel: 14/ 32
  • Weight g: 1,812

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how easy is it to change tong, what is the stiffest tong and how does stiffnes compare to other ski boots(120- 130)?
A shopper on Nov 28, 2014
Best Answer: Hey there.

Switching the tongue on Full Tilt Ski Boots is very easy. There stiffness scale runs from 1-10, 10 being the stiffest and maxing out around 120-130. The B&E Pro Model is a 6, pretty freestyle oriented. The Seth Morrison Pro Model is a 10, Full Tilt's stiffest boot, and is for big mountain freeriding.
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