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Until now, high-fives have been done primarily with the hands, but you might switch to foot-fives when you get all sorts of stoked on the Full Tilt High Five Men's Ski Boot. An all-mountain charger with a roomy 102mm last and a wide toe box, the High Five is built to make short work of groomers, powder, chunder, and  corn, with Full Tilt's classic three-piece shell design and fully-pivoting tongue. The Influence shell has a medium-stiff flex for hard all-mountain charging (Full Tilt calls it a six out of ten), with a free-flexing rear cuff and ribbed tongue for a smooth, consistent flex that's without dead spots or discomfort. Like all Full Tilts, the tongue is easy to swap out if you desire more or less stiffness, so the High Five will be spot-on for all temperatures, conditions, and riding styles.

Don't be too antsy to switch tongues, though, because a lot of the High Five's juice comes from the stiff, high-performance Intuition Pro heat-moldable liner. With three layers of foam, a hard external Powerwrap layer that transfers power directly into the shell, and a J-Bar pad that prevents ankle lift, the liner will provide plenty of performance without any discomfort, and rugged aluminum ladder buckles lock the whole package down onto your foot for a snug performance fit that you can ride from bell to bell.

  • 102mm last with a wide toe box
  • Intuition Pro heat-moldable liner with Powerwrap foam and J-Bar
  • Three-piece Full Tilt Influence shell with medium-stiff flex
  • Pivoting easy-entry swappable tongue
  • Free-flexing rear cuff
  • Rigid boot board
  • Aluminum ladder buckles and a hook-and-loop power strap
  • Fully customizable
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I currently wear Salomon boots in a 29.0. I'm looking at the Full Tilt High Fives in a 29.5 because of the wider toe box. I'm worried about heel lift. Should I be? I normally wear a size 11 hiking boot.

the 29/29.5 actually have the same shell just a different liner. So you are getting the same length boot whether you buy a 29 or 29.5, could be slightly different between Salomon and Full Tilt but, probably not by much. When it comes to heel lift, this is where Full Tilt and Dalbello style boots actually excel.