2014 Full Tilt B&E Pro Mens Boot Overview
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Hey. Welcome to Ski Talk. I'm Rob from skis.com, joined today by Jeff our Full tilt rep. Jeff, thanks for being here. Yep. Sure. So, today we're talking about the B&E Pro Model.
This boot is super, super cool. Jeff, what can you tell us about it? Well, the B&Es are our new model for B-Dog and E-Dollo. It's their pro model. It is one of our top freestyle boots in our FTO shell - the Full Tilt Original shell. It has active bootboard so it's great for landing big jumps, gives you a lot of cushioning to it. It's got the Intuition Performer liner. It's super lightweight. Heat-moldable. A 6 flex tongue so it's perfect for landing the big jumps or even a little freeskiing if you want it. When you talk about the FTO shell, what is the last of that shell? All the FTO shells are a 99 last. Perfect. And so that average width foot. Yeah, we do a little bit wider one as well but this is more of an average width foot and one nice thing about it is it's a very, very lightweight boot which the freestyle guys really like.
And what really kind of sets this boot apart from other boots in that FTO line like you kind of mentioned- beefed up liner and the cable guards. Right, right. We put the cable guard on, the cable keeper we call it, it really keeps the, when you're unbuckling the boots it keeps the cables in position. Easier to get in and out of but one nice feature about all the Full Tilt boots is the tongue opens all the way open. You pull the liner open, you can slip your foot in really easily. Super easy to get in at the beginning of the day even when it's ice cold, super easy to take off at the end of the day and cozy warm.
So, now this boot being a pro model, who is, I mean who's the customer? Well, this is going to be for the customer that either loves B&E, loves Wu-Tang, because of the Wu-Tang graphic, good solid skier. Likes to hit it pretty big. Perfect. So, there you have it. The B&E Pro Model. Jeff, thanks again for joining us. Sure. Again, I'm Rob from skis.com. This has been Ski Talk.