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Full Tilt Booter Ski Boots

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Type: Freestyle
Flex Index: 70
Liner: Heat Moldable
Buckle Layout: 3 Buckle
Buckle Material: Metal
Last Width: 104
Walk Mode: No
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Full Tilt Booter Ski Boots

The Full Tilt Booter Ski Boots live up to their name by giving you a full range of movement, so you can pull off slick stunts and hairpin turns with the greatest of ease, while also enjoying a personally customized fit. You'll be able to keep going strong, all day long, because your feet will rest comfortably in the intuition foam liner, which conforms to the specific dimensions of your feet to prevent slippage. Go with the Booters this winter and you'll ski stronger than ever.

Key Features of the Full Tilt Booter Ski Boots:
  • FTI Shell
  • 102mm Width
  • 5 Flex Tongue
  • Active Boot Board
  • Ladder Buckle
  • Performer Liner
  • Shell: INFLUENCE
  • Width (mm): 102
  • Flex: 5
  • Liner: PERFORMER, Wide toe
  • Boot Board: ACTIVE
  • Replaceable Sole: PLASTIC, heel
  • Buckles: LADDER
  • Cant Forward: n/a
  • Cant Lateral: 3mm
  • Height Toe / Heel: 18 / 34
  • Weight g: 1,950


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Get These Boots for the Park or Pipes
As soon as I saw these boots, I fell in love with them!! I love how on the full tilt boots everything is so accessible. The liners are so easy to remove, and they're really warm! If anything breaks, which is very unlikely, you can replace the part with a Phillips screwdriver. Also, the translucent grey plastic with the grey and red liner looks super clean!!! I know how there's a stereotype that full tilt boots are for the park, but these boots are great on the groomers
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February 15, 2014

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I wear a 10.5 shoe
Ive been measured at a ski shop at 27.5 which is a 9.5 shoe size
Which size boot should I get?
Also is there a huge difference between 99mm and 102 mm boots?
A shopper on Mar 3, 2014
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