2014 Full Tilt Booter 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. Hello Rob. So, today we're talking about the Full Tilt Booter.
Really cool boot. A unique boot in this line. What can you tell me about it? Well, the Booter is one of our most popular boots. It's designed for a freestyle rider. It still features the three-piece shell, the Intuition Performer liner but different from say our Drop Kick is that it's a 102 last so it's for that freestyle guy that has a little wider foot or wants a little roomier fit to it so with a 102 you get a little more space in it. It still heat-moldable so it matches the boot and your foot. Body-activated or at the store. And when you talk about a freestyle rider, it's a little softer flexing of a boot, right? Right, right. This one actually has a 5 flex on it and a rubber boot board and that's primarily to give it a little more flex as well as comfort when landing over big gaps and things. Perfect.
And another, I mean, something that really kind of sets this boot apart - unique buckles on this boot. Yeah, as opposed to our FTO boots, the FTI or Influence Shell uses ladder buckles that also still incorporate the cables, has a monster power strap on it but a little easier for people to buckle up right off the bat. Definitely and these are, I mean, super-easy boots to get in and out of. Yeah. The tongue on all the Full Tilt boots folds wide open. You pull the Intuition Liner open, you can slip right in even if it's been sitting in your trunk on the way to mountain all day. So, again, kind of touching back on...who is this boot for? I would say this is for that teen freestyle rider up into the 20s, more learning the ropes with a lot of the freestyle stuff who has a little bit wider foot and wants that roomier fit. Perfect. So there you have it. That's the Drop Kick (*Booter) from Full Tilt. Jeff, thanks again for joining us. Sure. I'm Rob from skis.com. This has been Ski Talk.