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Lightweight and power-hungry.

Put the hammer down while you shred backside chutes or session pillow lines in the stiff, light, and sensitive Full Tilt Men's Konflict Ski Boot. Its uncompromising power comes from the classic three-piece FTO shell and the aptly named Intuition Powerwrap liner. The highly lauded Intuition liner molds to your foot with body heat or can be heated up and fit at your local bootfitter's. The J-Bar heel locks you in for no-slip charging, and the Widetrack buckles add to the precision fit. With all that power, it's remarkably lightweight for agility in the air. It has a close-to-snow feel but features a shock- and vibration-absorbing rubber Active Boot Board for a smooth ride. Next in line to the Seth Pro model, this boot is no pushover; it's serious about freeride performance.

  • FTO Original three-piece shell
  • Rigid 8 Flex
  • Intuition Pro liner with Powerwrap
  • J-Bar ankle hold
  • 99mm last width
  • Active boot board
  • Widetrack aluminum buckles
  • Replaceable Rubberheel

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5 5

If it fits your foot, look no further!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been in these boots for a couple seasons now, and they're arguably the best boots I've ridden. The 99mm last is great for those of you with a skinnier, low volume foot, and the 3 piece design allows the boot to flex naturally. It comes with tongues that are an 8/10 flex on Full Tilt's scale, which allows you to transfer all the energy to the edges of your skis. They're also quite lightweight. If you're looking for something stiffer, check out the Morrison pro model, it's the stiffest boot in the line. Looking for a softer park boot? Check out Wallisch's pro model. The Konflict is a great medium between the two.

5 5

Lightweight and responsive

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm a big fan of 3-pc boots, and the nice progressive flex. Very easy to slip on, and comfortable all day long. The Intuition liner is a touch of luxury as well. Very light compared to other brands. I also have another, softer set of tongues for park use, easy to swap out. I wish these had more replaceable soles, but for what they are, they are awesome.

4 5

Does the job, but,...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Great boots, I loved them. I now have the First Chair version with replaceable toes/heels. They should have a replaceable toe/heels in this boot. Do yourself a favor & spend a little more on First Chair or Morrison models. It is easier to hike on rubber soles & you can replace the toes on those, you CANNOT replace them.

Skiing Jackson Hole I ride the tram a bunch, hike up rocky peaks, the toes get worn down (I wore the hell out of mine in three seasons skiing JH & Snowbird) & you gotta replace the boots. Eventually after so long the toes become unsafe in the binding.

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Good points on the replaceable toes. Gotta have for some ski areas.