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An exceptionally high-performance freeride boot that slays huge lines with stealthy precision—no wonder it’s favored by so many big-mountain legends.

The Full Tilt Men’s Konflict Ski Boot is a take-no-prisoners tactical mountain assault machine. Bred from the same design as the iconic Flexon Boot (yes, the one pros scoured swaps and garage sales for), the Konflict boasts a cutting-edge three-layer thermoformable Intuition Power Wrap liner. It’s a legend reborn, its time-tested design enhanced with solid technology and the same progressive flex skiers have loved for years.
  • Super firm tongue and Powerwrap liner incorporate a J-Bar ankle hold for powerful internal support
  • High-density cross-linked EVA foam liner is fully custom-moldable, seamless, and highly responsive
  • Active bootboard rubber absorbs high-speed vibrations and the impact force of big landings
  • Cable closures work like shoelaces to apply even pressure across your feet and shins
  • Corrugated tongue and customizable progressive flex work together to eliminate shin-bang and offer just the right feel
  • Military inspired shell graphics show off your secret weapon

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3 5

Didn't work for me.

These boots just didn't fit me right. I was able to wear them all day, but by the end my heel was really hurting badly (I didn't expect my heel to hurt). Anyways, for some reason the hot dogger seemed to fit me better so I just went with that and bought a stiffer tongue. That's what's so great about full tilt, find a boot that fits and then you can customize it to your specific needs.

My foot is 25.5 cm and 98 mm width.Will...

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My foot is 25.5 cm and 98 mm width.Will this boot fit me well?

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though i wish this was a yes or a no, it's not.
allot goes into a boot fit.
these do run shorter than most boots i fit.
they have a low instep and don't fit a large lower leg that well.
all this said they are great boots if they fit, i wold always recommend an insole.
i would also look at the Dalbello Krypton.

5 5

Buy this boot

My cousin is a world cup aerialist and he uses these boots. I decided I would give them a try and wow. I`ve never used a three piece boot before, and am now regretting all my years of uncomfortable boots. The heel latch keeps your foot right in the back of the boot where it`s supposed to be, and despite the relatively stiff flex, these boots are extremely comfortable. They really let you charge hard, without your feet in pain at the bottom of the hill. Overall, amazing. Buy the boot and make sure to get your liner molded.

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Lol it's true. Warren Shouldice. He qualified for the 2010 olymipcs.

I ski a Salomon 95 flex, what would an 8...

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I ski a Salomon 95 flex, what would an 8 be on the Salomon scale? I want something a bit stiffer maybe a 110 Salomon.

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In the Salomon range, you have the Shogun which is a 110 flex. The Shogun is the little sister of the Ghost, our top of the line Freeride boot which is a 130 flex. Outstanding boot, two buckles with a 98 width which provides great control.

being that these boots are fairly light...

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being that these boots are fairly light and super comfy, would these boots be okay for alpine touring?

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they would be OK, i tour in my Dalbello Krypton Pro on a regular basis. the 3 part design makes it better to walk in.

5 5

amazing boot

These boots are awesome! They are warm, comfortable, and allow you to charge hard. Tell your friends to buy these boots, they will thank you!

5 5

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Very comfortable once you get the liner heat molded. The boots are extremely light. I have not skied in these boots yet, but I am praying to the snow gods for some white fluffy stuff so I can rock these bad boys out!

Do you think this boot would also be good...

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Do you think this boot would also be good in the park. I ski about 75% all mountain and 25% park, and only do medium jumps and boxes. Would it be better to get the konflict or hot dogger??

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I would say that since more time is out of the park, get the Konflict. If it was inverse, as in 75% park/25% all-mountain, then the Hot Dogger. Also, I would recommend getting a softer tongue for park, and possibly a shock absorbing footboard. That way you can have them with your pack in the chalet, and slay all over the hill in the morning, then switch out the tongue, which is super easy, and go throw down in the park. Or find a tongue that is a happy medium so you can do both if you want.

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thanks man, that was a big help.

btw, doesn't the konflict already have a shock absorbing footboard?

What is the last width on these boots? Are...

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What is the last width on these boots? Are they wide enough for a foot measuring 106MM? I have read that they are narrow, but that the Intuition liner can accommodate a variety of foot widths.

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It has a 98mm last, but if you feel like squishing in go for it. The liner will pack out or heat mold to your foot eventually.

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depends on how long your foot is. The last of the mondo 25 is 98 mm. Mondo 26 will be slightly wider, 27 even more so and so on and so on. That being said, this is a fairly narrow boot and 106 is a fairly wide foot, but bootfitters can work magic on boot shells. If you really want a Full Tilt, I'm sure a good bootfitter can stretch the shell to fit your foot.

Is the number 8 flex around the same as a...

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Is the number 8 flex around the same as a 110 flex or a 120 flex, or is it even stiffer?

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The Firm 8 is in that 110-120 range. Keep in mind flex rating are not a standardized measurement, but are specific to each manufacturer; these should be taken with a grain of salt.

For comparison, the Stiff 10 tongue is compared to a 130 flex index.

Number 8 flex how does this compare to...

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Number 8 flex how does this compare to like a nordica 100 flex

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A number 8 flex could probably be compared to something quite a bit stiffer than the Nordica 100 flex. 100 is about a 5-6 in the Full Tilt scale.