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The Full Tilt Classic Boot won’t go changin’ on you.

Sometimes companies ruin things by making “New and Improved” re-incarnations of them. Just look at what’s happened to the superhero movie franchises. So Full Tilt makes the Men’s Classic Ski Boot exactly the same, year after year, with the original boot mold and materials they have used for over 20 years now. A huge cult following of skiers appreciate this boot just for what it is and what it’s always been—a light weight, comfortable fit, and a just-so balance of flex and rigidity.
  • Dual density tongue features a soft flex zone and stiffer material around the outside
  • Rigid bootboard provides excellent feel of the snow�s surface and quick responsiveness
  • Lightweight plastic levers clamp the boot cables into place and distribute pressure across your foot and shin
  • Pro Liner�s high-density EVA foam is stiff and responsive, and is custom moldable for a precise and smooth fit
  • Powerwrap around outsole maintains ankle hold-down
  • Wide toebox offers wince-free comfort and helps you maintain circulation on super-chilly days

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3 5

Toe Box

I have some '09 FT's Bumblebees and they absolutely KILL my toes. Despite getting custom heat-molded at a great bootfitter, these are narrow! I have semi-wide feet I guess. Just a warning - if you run big in the toe-box, might want to look elsewhere! I wish FT would address this because I dig the boots!

4 5

Good Boots, But Stay On Piste.

When I bought a pair of Classics right here on Backcountry.com, I was a little nervous since I had heard that buying FullTilts without getting fitted was a risky move. So I was pleasantly surprised when they fit perfectly! I have a relatively narrow foot, so beware those with wide feet (102 last upwards), this boot may not be for you! As far as performance, these ripped hard on park, but the #6 Tongue that they come with didn't do me wonders on steeps and pow runs. That said, stiffer tongues are available for purchase online, so the Classic's flexy tongue shouldn't be a deal breaker for an otherwise solid boot choice. One last thing- if you're gonna be hitting big-ass jumps, consider getting a shock-absorbing footbed, like the ones from Superfeet, since the Classics have a "rigid bootboard" which is basically cardboard.

4 5

Shred the Gnar

The Full Tilt Classics are pretty sweet! The weigh significantly less than my old boots and are super easy to get your foot in and out of. The wrap around tong is extremely comfortable and does not pinch my shin or ankle like some other boots that I had tried. At first one of the boots was really hurting my calf but then I realized that i had the tong overlapping the wrong way. After about 5 days using the boots they have started to loosen up a little bit and I can start to tighten the straps (only maybe 2 clicks in). I just wish the toe plate was replaceable as is the heal plate.

Oh and you can buy different flex rated tong for the boot from full tilt also very cool if you decide you want a stiffer boot for straight lining some craziness or a softer one for the park.

When purchasing these online, how does one...

When purchasing these online, how does one go about getting the custom liner molded?

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Go to a ski shop with a boot heater. It is best if they carry boots that have intuition liners such as Dalbello, Ride, and Full Tilt because they have the proper heater but any boot heater will work. Not the ones that you can buy but the ones the shops have. They are very expensive. Some shops charge and some don't.

Will these boots be good for a full day...

Will these boots be good for a full day worth of skiing? I really hate boots that causes me to have bruises on my shins

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Any boot that fits will be good for a full day of skiing. Full Tilt boots are amazingly comfortable. If you get a lot of shin bang, than your boots might be too big. If it happens and your boots aren't too big then they might not be the right boot or you can try The Instaprint Eliminator.

Unanswered Question

whats the bsl on the 11.5?

whats the bsl on the 11.5?

what is the width of these boots ? i have...

what is the width of these boots ? i have very wide feet ?
Ray @ tropicalraiz@aol.com

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Full Tilt boots tend to be narrow. If you can get your feet into them, they can be widened to an extent. They also have an Intuition liner which is very light and extremely moldable.

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boots are 100mm. both the classic and high five have a wide tow, which adds 2 mm to The last of the boot. it makes them a more comfortable all day boot.

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So if you need the extra toe room but still want a real stiff flex, is it best to go with the Classic and just get a stiff flex #10 tongue?