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Full Tilt Tom Wallisch Pro LTD Ski Boots



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Description: Full Tilt Tom Wallisch Pro LTD Ski Boots

The partnership continues, 9 years strong.

Includes: 2 Forward Lean Wedges, 2 Medial Cuff Alignment Inserts, and User Manual.

Key Features of Full Tilt Tom Wallisch Pro LTD Ski Boots:
  • Shell: Soul
  • Last Width: 99mm
  • Tongue Flex: 6
  • Flex Rating: 90
  • Boot Board: Shock Absorber
  • Sole: Dual Material Toe & Heel
  • Buckles: Widetrack
  • Forward Lean Adjustment: 3 Position
  • Spoiler: TPU Spoiler
  • Cuff: FT Men''s
  • Liner: Pro
  • J-Bar
  • Power Wrap
  • Wide Toe
  • Weight: 2040 g

4.7 / 5.0
62 Reviews
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Comrades, Buy This
I hunt capitalists in Siberia, I use these. They are great and all my comrades love them. with old boot, kicking journalists and capitalists is no fun. Now with full tilt boot, whenever I kick capitalist, his head make squishy sound and all vibrations from skull are absorbed by magic boot thing.
February 14, 2013
Originally posted at
Excellent Boot
These boots are very comfortable once molded. I have custom footbeds in mine and I highly recommend it! It makes the fit and support so much better. The easels entry and exit is absolutely the best you can get. I know these boots are primarily for park, but I ski bumps and backcountry 80% of the day, and they do great. I would recommend these to anyone, and highly suggest custom footbeds; they're worth the money.
January 13, 2012
Originally posted at
Do it all with the TW Boot
This boot excels all over the mountain while being super comfortable and stylish. With the metal buckles and power strap, you can crank them down super tight for all mountain shredding, or keep it loose for cruising rails around the resort. Get em!!!
October 8, 2018
Originally posted at
Hotdoggers, Way Hyped Up.
I manage a ski shop and spend my time buying different products to review them as to better sell them to the customer. Great boots, after i spent an hour taping up the interior rivets as to not cut the soft liner. I own both a salomon and atomic pro level freestyle boots(Ghost 130 flex and Volt 110 flex), and they both feel like they have much better, more fluid flex than the FT, the 110 flex of the Atomic Volt feels softer than the #6 tongue of the FT. With that being said, this is a very powerful boot. The skier really has the leverage to dig an edge in if just free riding around. I am also only 140. I feel like there are better options for the lighter weight crowd...or switch the tongues, i do plan on getting the #4 tongue.
March 2, 2012
Originally posted at
I Sleep With These Boots...
Great boots
January 21, 2014
Originally posted at
If You Have Shin Problems, Stop Casing L
Skiing Brighton and PC Utah this year got to hit alot of the gnarly stuff with these boots. These boots are total warriors. Seriously though if your banging you shins learn how to tighten you boots up all the way and stop casing. Mr. Wallisch really did a good design on these and you know he rocks them all the time so theyve got to be good. Two things though, get insoles because stock soles will bruise yer feet and the bottom strap definitely needs to be improved cause its hard to get on. Other than that straight solid. You might want to try them on too because alot of the homies out here cant slip into FTs because of the width issue.
July 31, 2012
Originally posted at
Great Product, And A Big Improvement
A great and comfortable boot, great in the park with plenty of power for the rest of the mountain. A big improvement over last year model are the aluminum buckles, better quality control of the molding of the plastic parts and a much better colour. I found I still get heel lift and have to add my own j bars, but I find this in all ski boots less so in these. Also quite what, or is the point of the lace cover thing ?
November 9, 2013
Originally posted at
Favorite Park Boot
This boot provides the perfect flex for everything you will encounter in a terrain park. It provides the support for ripping carves down to the park as well as hitting large features. It is light weight which means you won't lose as much power when setting your tricks as compared to other boots.
August 9, 2018
Originally posted at
Great Boot
Great boot most amazing boot I've ever skied but only problem is you can still get shinbang in them. No matter what boot you are almost certain to get shinbang if you are too backseat but get me straight, these are amazing boots.
September 8, 2014
Originally posted at
Excellent Boots!
Skiing 3 times a week and boots seem to be better, day by day! Boots should come with a different flex. Anyway the boot is awesome and i recommend it to everyone!
February 14, 2011
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Taking the boots on and off is a breeze . Closest Thing to rear entry boots I could find πŸ˜€
Scott S on Jan 18, 2019
Taking the boots on and off is a breeze . Closest Thing to rear entry boots I could find πŸ˜€
Scott S on Jan 18, 2019
These seemed to be a good boot for all mountain and free style riding, the design seems very interesting, and I love the color!
Jacob S on Nov 22, 2018
These seemed to be a good boot for all mountain and free style riding, the design seems very interesting, and I love the color!
Jacob S on Nov 22, 2018
How come you say these boots are discounted from $750 retail but the retail is actually the discounted price. Isn’t marking boots up and discounting them for normal price a pretty scummy thing to do?
A shopper on Jan 25, 2019
So actually if you see to the right of the product, the $750 is the original price that is crossed out below in grey, and the current price which is $599.95 is the sale price that is listed above.


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