Item # ft2twa0913zz-full-tilt-ski-boots

Full Tilt Tom Wallisch Ski Boots

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Specs

Type:
  • Freestyle
Flex Index:
  • 110
  • Full Tilt 7/10
Liner:
  • Heat Moldable
  • Moldable Foam: Intuition
Buckle Layout:
  • Cable
  • Buckles: 3 Nylon Micro Ratchet, Closure System: 3 Cables
Buckle Material: Composite
Last Width:
  • 99
Walk Mode: No
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Full Tilt Tom Wallisch Ski Boots

Key Features of the Full Tilt Tom Wallisch Ski Boots:
  • Shell: FTS Soul
  • Last Width: 99mm
  • Tongue (10 = Stiffest Flex): Interchangeable 6 Flex / 7 Ribs
  • Weight g (sizes M 27, W 25): 2040
  • Foot Board: Active
  • Sole: Replaceable Natural Rubber Toe & Heel
  • Buckles: 3 Nylon Micro Ratchet"
  • Closure System: 3 Cables
  • Forward Cant Adjustment: 2 Wedges 3 & 7.6mm Thick
  • Lateral Cant Adjustment: 12mm
  • Toe / Heal Height: 24.6 mm/ 38.9mm
  • Cuff: Free Hinging
  • Quickfit Liner Model: PRO
  • Open Cell Foam: 4mm
  • Soft Density Intuition Foam: 2mm
  • Regular Density Intuition Foam:
  • High Density Intuition Foam: 7mm
  • Moldable Foam: Intuition
  • Powerwrap: Powerwrap
  • J-Bar: J-Bar
  • Wide Toe: Wide toe

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Full Tilt Tom Wallisch Ski Boots
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A shopper asked: I am looking for a boot that can be used in downhill and park. I watched the video on the adjustable flex and liked that feature. Would this boot be good in biog mountain riding an terrain park since I can can the flex rating? Jan 21, 2014
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Jennifer H: This is a great boot, it's a bit more stiff than other boots (level 1 or drop kick) but I'm almost sure you wil enjoy it! Honestly I don't think you will notice anything and I have multiple friends who use this for both park and all mountain, if you are only doing park, this boot is meant for the bigger jumps, not as much jibbing because of the stiffer flex. I really not think that matters and I'm positive you will like this boot! Also the guys at 'The House' are really nice and accommodating and if you try them on and they don't work, I'm Almaty sure tye would be willing to exchange them for different boots or store credit. That's what they did for me when I ordered the wrong size/and boot.
Hope this helps!!
Jan 21, 2014
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Margie S: I am an all mountain skier, I do park, big mountain, and ski racing. The boot is amazing with park and does just as we'll in big Moutain. You can get less felxible tongues for the boot if you like stiffer for more terrain. It's also fairy easy to trade and put on different tongues. This boot is a great investment but may need to purchase more tongues for stiffer skiing. Jan 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: How do you tighten down the micro ratchet straps on this boot? Jan 21, 2014
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