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Makes the mountain your playground.
Put the hammer down while you shred up backside chutes or session pillow lines beneath the tram with the Full Tilt Men's Konflict Ski Boot. Its uncompromising power, versatile freeride-style chassis, and rigid 8 boot flex supplies the response and power you've been looking for, while the Konflict's legendary Original shell gives you a unique light-and-nimble, close-to-the-snow feel.
- A boot flex of 8 out of 10 with a 7-rated rib tongue offers a versatile, forgiving, smooth, natural flex while you straightline a tight chute into a field of fluffy powder, slash high-speed turns down big-mountain lines, or hammer cliffs under the tram
- Original 3-piece boot design has a free-hinging rear cuff that never bottoms out for infinite flex, interchangeable durometer tongues that enable you to change the boot's flex, and cables that work like shoelaces so you have even pressure and no dead spots
- A 100% ribbed tongue provides a natural linear flex and no shin bang
- Lightweight FTI Original shell features thinner plastic for increased feel, and the boot's tongue opens like a convertible so the Konflict is easy to get in and out of
- 99mm Last is ideal for those who prefer a comfortable, hard-charging boot that dominates the mountain
- Quick-Fit Pro liner with Intuition foam consists of 7mm of high-density EVA closed-cell foam that molds to your foot shape and transfers energy, while 4mm of extra open-cell foam offers comfort and eliminates pressure points
- Liner has a wide toe with thinner foam in the toe area for a roomier fit
- Powerwrap technology on the liner features an additional layer of ergonomically shaped high-density Intuition closed cell foam that wraps around the outside of the liner to provide added energy transfer and horsepower to the shell
- J-Bar technology consists of a J-shaped piece of foam that's added to both sides of the ankle areas to dramatically increase ankle hold, keeping your feet in place for precise control
- Three cable closures eliminate deadspots for an even-pressure fit
- Ratchet buckles offer lightweight on-the-fly micro adjustments
- Aluminum ratchet buckles give you durable on-the-fly micro adjustments
- Active bootboard rubber helps absorb vibration and big-air landings
- Replaceable rubber heels offer traction while you walk from your car to the lift line
- Lateral Cant Adjustment: 12mm
- Toe/Heel Height: 14.5mm/32mm
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Could anyone help with picking up the right...
Could anyone help with picking up the right size ? My non-skiing boots are usually european 45, insole being 29-29.5mm long. I guess the latter is what 'mondo' stands for, isn't it ? Anyways, would 29.5 fit me ?
I have the same shoe size and wear a size 29.5 in ski boot. The "mondo" size is how ski boots are sized. Ski boots are sized with the mondo point system, which is a direct measurement of the foot in centimeters.
Hope that helps, Pray for Snow!
I wish they would have fit!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I bought these boots last season to be a daily driver for messing around on piste. I was sold on them since a buddy of mine has been skiing with FT konflicts since they came out. Unfortunatly, I could not keep em in the quiver due to a few issues. First, my foot has an odd shape, wide forefoot with a high instep. I tried a range of sizes, but none of them could adequately fit my monster instep unless they were oversized. When I tried the +.5 size, they were too loose and sloppy. I also felt they were too soggy for me, even with the stiffest flex insert. I really wanted these boots to work, but sadly they did not.
Design-wise, the flex insert is an awesome concept. I could only imagine it would be a nice way to use one boot for teaching, working, goofing off, and shredding, just by using soft or hard flex inserts. The buckle system is kinda weird and was frustrating when I was trying these boots. The boots look killer, and I would recommend them for someone looking for a comfortable all mountain boot, assuming your foot can fit them. (If you have a monster foot, I'd say keep looking)
I bought these to replace some Nordica Aces of Spades which I had been in for the past two years. I'm a street shoe 10.5 to 11 and I got the 26.5. I prefer and snug fitting boot for maximum performance. After getting a footbed made and having some small punches done to the boot I am really like these. Much lighter than my AoS boots and the performance is better too IMO. These are such a fun boot to ski and the flex is long smooth and delicious.
Would this be a very comfortable boot to...
Would this be a very comfortable boot to tour in? I want to get a touring setup that will still charge around the resort and I'm not sure if I trust dynafits around the resort. My other skis are 4frnt CRJs mounted with Rossi FKS 14 and Rossi Phantom 84 mounted with Marker Dukes. So I'm looking for a boot that will still hold up with my Rossi bindings but will be able to tour with my new touring setup
These would be alright but a lot of people like dalbello makes nice boots for this and salomon quests are great for touring. The nice thing about these is that you are able to change the flex based on what you want to ski. Before you buy you should definately try them on or it you don't mind paying to ship them back that is always an option.
Best boots I've ever owned
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
These are the best ski boots I've ever owned. Will be hard to not buy this brand again.
Even in -15C / 5F these boots was warm and comfy.
Super easy to buckle/unbuckle and to thighten up when needed.
- Gender: Male
Forward flex is nice, but I would go for the 10 flex. Fits like a warm slipper. No footbeds were in there. I prefer using my custom footbeds. These were comfortable with or without them & kept proper circulation. There is some wiggle room in the toes. They don't crunch my narrow feet at all. It makes me wonder why I ever used really narrow boots. Say goodbye to those.
The 1st buckle is a pain to get around the boot. It's not a big deal though - just buckle 2nd or 3rd buckle first.
I may get a pair of the Full Tilt First Chairs in the future because I weigh 200 lbs. & like a strong flex.
I highly recommend these for all instep & arch heights. They are in the narrow to medium range, which is perfect for most feet.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
So comfortable and warm! especially after you get the liners molded these boots are the best. easy to put on, easy adjustments, and all orund a perfect boot. this is the first boot i have found that i dont get shin bang in and no foot pain! cant say enough good things. just buy them!
I've been looking into the...
I've been looking into the Konflicts, as well as the First Chairs on the recommendation of an old bootfitter, however I've never been able to find any to try on. I was in Dalbello Krypton Pros for a few seasons, and really loved them, aside from all the work I had done to them. Last season, I migrated back to a 4-buckle boot, some rossi 130s, and they failed after a full season. Anyways, I'm looking to get back into the 3 buckle game, and am wondering where to turn. Would the Full Tilts be comparable to the Dalbellos, or would you recommend something else? I'd rather not put 200+ bucks into all the custom work again, so I'm trying to get a good idea about all the super stiff 3-buckle boots out there. Subquestion: how do the 8 and 10 tongues compare to a traditional 130?
I would definently recommend these boots if you liked the kryptons! they feel similar and perform great! These boots are great for anything the mountain throws at you and ridiculously comfortable! especially if you custom mold the intuition liners.