Full Tilt Ski Boot Giveaway


By Chris Gorski






“I thought once I ran out of these boots I would have to retire from skiing.”- Seth Morrison


Full Tilt’s commitment to keeping the Original 3-Piece design alive has been inspired by the passionate people skiing them for all these years. With over 30,000 views of the already 200+ submissions in two weeks, the “Show us Your Boots!” online contest is an opportunity for these skiers to virally share their real-life inspiring stories & pics about keeping their own pair of original 3-piece boots alive, just like pro skier Seth Morrison. Seth has been riding the same boot design for over 21 years and they seem to work well for him. For everyone else that doesn’t own a pair, they can just explain why their current boots aren’t working and why they deserve a new pair of Full Tilts.


Each month’s most inspiring, convincing & more often than not hilarious submission wins a new pair of Full Tilt Ski Boots of their choice & also appears in web ads re-promoting the contest. September’s winner was Stephan “Chai” Chaikovsky of Denver who was so desperate for some new boots he created one on his foot with some markers! The question remains, who will win the next pair? Will it be the guy with the Full Tilt logo tattooed on his shoulder or the kid who’s dog pooped in his boots, or someone else?




Full Tilt Show us Your Boots Contest




About Full Tilt:


Full Tilt boots, introduced in 2007, brought the world’s popular, high performance, original 3-Piece boot design back to life. The boot’s unique design has created a cult-like following for the past 25 years by skiers of all levels and disciplines from weekend warriors, to X-Games athletes and even Olympians. Its unparalleled design provides the most natural flex and exceptional comfort without sacrificing performance. The revolution in 3-Piece boot design started here, and now continues from here . . . For the good of skiing.


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