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Take your freestyle program to the next level, Wallisch-style.

Infused with the artistic stylings of the Admiral of Afterbang and rocking Full Tilt's #6 tongue (100-flex), the Hot Dogger Ski Boot by Tom Wallisch wants to get rad all over the mountain—or on the city streets. The Full Tilt's game-changing flex pattern and the end-of-cold-toes Intuition Pro liner team up to blow your skiing feet away. The independently ratcheting three-buckle design offers endless fit customization, and the middle buckle will lock your heel comfortably into place like none other. Full Tilt's Active polymer boot board eliminates the pins-and-needles feeling induced by big drops and rail sessions, and a power strap at the top of the boot adds to the fit-customization party.
  • Full Tilt's #6 tongue, or 100-flex pattern, offers incomparable hold, and the ergonomic flex will end shin-bang issues
  • Intuition Pro ID thermo-moldable liners are molded to the inside of the shell in the factory—say goodbye to a break-in period and pinch-induced hot-spots

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Comfort like no other

I used to snowboard, and coming from such comfortable boots I had to find something that was at least close. I bought the Hot Dogger not because of its stunning good looks, but because it seemed like it would be the most comfortable. The intuition moldable liner is like a dense pillow surrounding your foot. I still get response from the boot, but in a different way than normal boots. Because of the flex you should size down a 1/2 to full size.

I usually wear a 9.5 shoe, I got this boot in an 8.5. Because when you lean forward your foot slides back into position. When they say no shin bang, they mean it. I would wear my Hot Doggers over my snowboard boots. That's saying something. Also, because of the design, your feet stay warmer than most other boots too. The only boots I've worn that come in comparison to these are the Dalbello Crypton Pro.

I highly recommend these boots, just remember to size down a bit.

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hello sir i'm from south korea
if you have us 6 (240mm) ?

if you have i will buy it
please tell me my email .. (rpm8300@naver.com)
thank you!!

is this boot good for an expert 12 year...

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is this boot good for an expert 12 year freestyle skier?

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they are solid boots with clean style, perfect for the park...i would recommend using the internet and researching the boots

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You would need to both large and a strong skier.