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Modern-tech that serves as the cherry on top of a time-tested, big mountain design.

With uncompromising power and a versatile, freeride-style chassis, the Full Tilt Men’s Konflict Ski Boot lights up tight, backside chutes and dominates hammer-fest cliff sessions under the tram. The three-buckle design shares a heritage with the old-school Flexon Boot of the day, allowing the Konflict to eliminate support dead spots around your foot. Add to this a rigid, #8 flex tongue and the comfort of a thermomoldable liner, and suddenly the mountains look more like a playground.
  • Three-piece Flexon-style shell offers bombproof-durability, easy-entry into the tongue, and supreme responsiveness
  • Strong, cable closures allow you to easily dial in a secure fit that's free of dead spots or painful pressure points
  • 99mm last width means plenty of comfort without sacrificing performance
  • Pro Liner molds to your foot for the maximum amount of support and comfort, which in turn helps circulation and warmth

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3 5

Not my thing

I wanted to try the Full Tilt's because people seemed to be raving about them. I am glad I didn't sell my Lange's.

The one +ve thing I have to say is that they were awful light! I was very impressed.

I just couldn't get them to fit my feet right and had a lot of forefoot issues despite proper molding of the liners. I found them a pain to do up, but the ease of getting your foot in and out was unparalleled!

I think they are worth a try - they could be the boot for you. Just not for me.

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They have a narrow last compared to many boots out there. Dalbello (krypton?) has a similar 3 piece boot but with a wider toe box.

4 5

Good boot, could be better

I own the 2009 Konflict. This is a great, aggressive boot. It's stiff and as far as I can tell, the only difference between it and the SethMo one is that the Seth version is a little heavier. These boots are amazingly light and very easy to put on/take off and adjust. Despite the marvelous Intuition liners, my toes get cold quite often. And I hear the new ones have the same problem. Also, I really wish these were better backcountry boots. Full Tilt should start making a boot with Vibram soles and fittings for touring bindings.

Despite these issues I still love my boots (that's why I gave them a high rating), they offer great control and are very aggressive.

Wolverine Cirque

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Wasatch Range, UT

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I am about 6 foot and 140 pounds... i am looking at either the konflicts or the seth mo's, i am extremely aggressive skier. Do yo think an 8 will be fine or should i buy a 6 as well?

5 5

Full Tilt FTW~!

Like all Full Tilt boots, which are birthed from the time-tested versions of the past, the Konflicts deliver in many ways. The lightweight performance of these boots is unmatched, and I've found that they give me a type of explosive control over my skis which in turn boosts my confidence. One of my favorite parts about the full tilt boots is the easy-on, easy-off. You can't beat it.

4 5

Good resort boot

I had no complaints of this boot, but today at Berthoud a buckle fell off. When it comes down to it these are light and everything you want in a boot except durable. So not really for backcountry.

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Coincidentally, because I've owned a few pairs of Raichles and the Dalbello Krypton, I listed the Dalbellos to sell today and answered a guy's question about buckles. I told him about the buckle issues and how Dalbello Krypton improved them. I was looking at these and wondering if the buckles were now better...thanks for the input.

5 5

No quite as stiff as the Morrison,...

But just as good for the most part, an 8/10 flex is still really good, (the Morrison is 10/10). They have all of the things I look for in ski boots: comfortable, light, warm, durable, powerful. They perform exceptionally well for a full alpine boot, I like to do a lot of slackcountry & these boots rule. I can't see myself ever skiing on another boot,... ever again, they are perfection.

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The Morrison is an #8 flex this year as opposed to last years #10. Only the First Chair is a #10 flex.

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SethMo is an 8. Also for $50 you can order any flex index tongue to customize the stiffnes. I ski a 6 flex normally, and then I will throw an 8 on when I am skiing pow on my fatter jj's.

How does a flex index of 8 compare to a...

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How does a flex index of 8 compare to a 120 in other boots?

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Full Tilt's #8 flex is comparable to a 120.