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Custom-made for Seth and hard-charging big mountain rippers.

Custom-made specifically for pro skier Seth Morrison, the Full Tilt Seth Morrision Pro Model Ski Boot provides him with the tools to be one of the best big-mountain skiers in the world for over 20 years. Designed for aggressive, hard-charging skiers who prefer big lines and airs, the Seth offers a boot flex of 8 out of 10. This firm-flexed boot supplies power and responsive energy transfer, while at the same time maintaining a smooth, natural ankle motion that eliminates shinbang.  Plus, if you want to change your flex you can easily swap out the tongue for a different Full Tilt tongue (sold separately).

Full Tilt is known for its lightweight, minimalistic three-piece Original shell design; the Seth features a redesigned version of the Original called the FTS shell that incorporates a new modern toe box shape and replaceable rubber soles for non-slip walking. In addition, this smartly-designed shell with 99mm width eliminates the need for thick, heavy overlapping plastic or bolts, which helps cut down on weight. Oh, and thanks to its Infinite Pivot design, the rear cuff pivots forward with your calf without restriction for less shell distortion, no shin pain, and more control.

As far as comfort goes, you're going to love the Seth's Intuition Pro Liner. This heat-moldable liner consists of an extra 4mm of open-cell foam for a warm, comfy feel that molds to your foot shape to eliminate pressure points, while its 7mm of high-density EVA closed-cell foam molds to your foot shape and transfers energy. Thanks to the Pro's Powerwrap design, you have 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. This unique liner also has J-Bar technology, a J-shaped piece of foam that's added to both sides of the ankle areas to dramatically increase ankle hold to keep your foot in place for precise control. In addition, a thinner foam is used in the front of liner to increase space without sacrificing control in the rest of the liner for those with a wider foot or who prefer a little more toe room.

Equipped with an array of adjustment features, the Seth features cables that wrap around the boot like a shoelace for even pressure and increased comfort while eliminating dead spots. Its new Widetrack Buckle system is engineered to increase precision and durability while maintaining on-the-fly, single-handed micro adjustments. Aluminum levers also feature a minimalistic, lightweight design. The front of the Seth's shell opens a full 90 degrees so you can slide your foot in and out with ease in all temperatures. 

Whether you're stomping forty-footers, railing turns through cruddy snow, or maneuvering down steep hardpack terrain, count on the Seth's Active BootBoard (soft rubber layer in the sole of the shell) to absorb vibrations, impact, and shock for a smooth ride. For improved versatility, Full Tilt also gave the Seth replaceable rubber soles on the entire toe and heel to dramatically increase grip when you walk or hike. Overall, this sweet hard-charging boot provides both the performance and comfort you deserve when you're sending big lines, stomping massive airs, or taking part in an impromptu end-of-the-season Chinese Downhill race.

  • A boot flex of 8 out of 10 (based on Full Tilt's 1-10 stiffness scale where 10=stiffest)
  • Interchangeable seven ribbed flex tongue
  • FTS Soul 3-piece shell
  • 99mm width
  • Pro Intuition liner (heat-moldable)
  • Power Wrap liner design
  • J-Bar liner technology
  • Infinite Pivot cuff (free flexing cuff)
  • Cables with WideTrack Buckles
  • Active bootboard
  • Replaceable Rubber soles
  • Lateral Cant Adjustment: 12mm
  • Toe/Heel Height: 24mm/39mm

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5 5

Love this boot

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Ski boots are without a doubt the most important piece of ski equipment. If you have pressure points on your feet skiing, you're not gonna have a good time. If your not fitting tight as a glove the movement of your foot in the boot will cause shin bang and toe bang, toe nails will fall off, and you're not gonna have a good time. Everyone's foot is different and there is no model ski boot that will fit every foot no matter how great a boot is. Now, if you have a skinny low volume foot that fits Full Tilt you will be hard pressed to find a better boot.

I originally moved to Full Tilt years ago and purchased the Bumble Bee Classics. For the first time I wasn't constantly getting shin bang or losing toe nails every season. When I somehow managed to crack the shell from toe to heel I Frankenbooted them with some old Raichle boots as all parts will still interchangable and got another season out of them. These things were designed by people from NASA, if it ain't broke don't fix it. I finally caved and purchased these Morrisons last season.

The Morrison has the Soul design which is no longer the carbon copy Raichle design but still pretty much the same thing, just a slightly wider toe box. The new vibram soles are a big bonus as are the improved metal buckles. As mentioned earlier stiffness can be easily adjusted with interchangable tounges, and you can crank down the tightness with shorter cables as I have. I still went with a classic Booster strap over what comes on the Morrison, I like that they're stiff but still have some give while the stock on the Morrison does not. You can adjust the cant as well which was a life saver for me. I even retrofitted the boots with Cast Touring so I can tour with them.

I wear a size 27 which equates to about a size 9 shoe (supposedly), while I wear size 12 shoes. You need a tight fit for performance, if your boots are comfortable for the first 2-3 weeks of skiing them you got them too big. Bottom line, if this shoe fits, buy it!

I want these but I'm unsure with sizing....

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I want these but I'm unsure with sizing. My feet are 250mm long and 99/100mm wide. I have "wide" feet so I don't know whether I should go with the "standard" 25.5 size or risk downsizing to 25.0 or even 24.5.

What is the difference in size between the 25.0 and the 25.5 if they have the same shell length? Width? Liner?


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the shell size is the same for the 25.0 and the 25.5. as is the last width. the difference is the liner, the 25 has a thicker liner and the 25.5 has a bit of a thinner liner.
a size 25 might feel a bit tight at first but once the liners pack out they should be awesome, if they are way too tight then you can always have you liners ground down a bit.
a 25.5 would probably fit you well right out of the box but when the liners pack out they may be too big for you, and you might need to wear thicker socks or get an insole to take up the extra space.

my theory for buying boots is that being a little too big is better than too small, since its easy to take up the extra room (with thicker socks, a different foot bed or insole, I have even put a few strips of paper towel in the bottom of my boot to take up extra room) but if they are too small there is no real good way to make them bigger. how you like your boots to fit and the intended use is also a big factor.

if you would like to talk more about ski boots please email me at mapark@backcountry.com

5 5

Great Boot, Lightweight and adjustable

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I own last years model of this boot and after skiing on them the entire year I have officially fallen in love. Main pros of this boot:
1. Super light weight (Reduces the effort needed to drive big heavy skis)
2. Unbelievably easy to adjust and customize without the help of a professional boot fitter. Probably one of my favorite things about this boot is you can buy a variety of options for every piece on this boot (longer /shorter cables, stiffer/softer tongue ...) making it almost fully customizable with just a screw driver.
3. The natural flex and active boot board make these boots ideal for skiers who have pressure points, especially shin or toe bang. I used to have both and dreaded multi day trips because by the end my shins and toes were destroyed. Not with these boots, even landing extremely backseat is no problem

I would highly recommend full tilt boots to any skier. The main question is which model will fit your needs. The Seth Morrisons are a great stiff boot.

Whats the difference between this and the...

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Whats the difference between this and the first chair besides a stiffer tongue?? Trying to decided between the two as well as the lange RX130.

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The power strap and the replaceable rubber sole.

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Gotcha thanks. I ended up goin with this boot and so far so stoked! feet haven't been this loved in years!

I currently have Tecnica Cochise size 31....

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I currently have Tecnica Cochise size 31. Will 30.5 FT fit me OK? Cannot try or compare it in any local shop unfortunately :(

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I have found with this shell I am able to go one size smaller than any other boot out there. Found this newer shell to be slightly wider in the toe box. The liner once molded to your foot is not as bulky as others on the market, so that also helps with the downsizing.

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Now the tricky one, i measured my feet and they are 32cm long. Does it mean that tecnica is already larger? Should I get 31 of Konflicts instead of 30.5 seths? Thanks.

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I went for Konflicts size 31,5. They are perfect. Size 31 would be ok as well as it's the same boot size just liner is a bit smaller. It's a shame that seths are not made in this size as I'd really love to have rubber soles ;)

I had the first gen model of FT Morrisons...

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I had the first gen model of FT Morrisons (best color ever) that I had to shelve when I was told that the shell material did not allow the shell to be punched to accommodate my feet. (size 14 us , euro 48, normal width) I was heartbroken that I had some very pretty and expensive paperweights. I loved the functionality and way they skied, I just couldn't use them for very long. I like the new liner and I would love a new pair if the toe box had a bit more room than the originals. No where near me carries the boot, especially in my size, so I am buying blind. If I get the boot can it be punched out in the fifth toe? or is the toe box roomier?
PS. Long time fan of Mr. Morrison, will be for a long time yet. Thanks for making me want to get on my skis, get better and go farther.

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I dunno if you got from BC, but you CAN return if u did..

Wondering if I should take boots for...

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Wondering if I should take boots for custom fitting before first use? Purchased 2013 morrisons.

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Hey John,
That will definitely give you the best all around comfort and fit. If you try them on and they are a bit tight at first, you could ski in them a handful of times-that will make the boots pack out a bit and not make them fit so tightly.

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Carver Shaw answer is a bit vague, these are heat moldable liners. Have a shop do that part for you. The entire liner molds around your foot, lower leg and all the insides of the shell. The liner does come molded to the boot and a stock size foot. It really helps to heat mold them, yet I have spoken with many people whom ski them right out of the box. Your choice. Also don't mold until all adjustments are made, cant and foot beds if you use them or do canting.

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I've used boots without any shop work done. These boots are so comfortable and warm. Great boots, they are as advertised. Thanks for the answers from both. Think snow!!!

5 5

Hell of a boot.

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I ride First Chair model (the same boot, except no power strap), but with Power Strap (similar to a booster straps, I have them on my boots, they are awesome) & the new killer buckles, plus the nice replaceable toe/heels, you can't go wrong. You just gotta have a narrow to medium foot volume.

I had to get the more narrow wires for my boot to feel a little tighter. Feels good now, but they a touch loose before I changed out the stock wire cables.

How would these boots be for touring? I...

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How would these boots be for touring? I have guardians set up on my JJ's. Wondering how these would hold up

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I did the Haute Route in them with a similar set up, guardians and 118 Anex Seth. 7 days, obviously you set your boots on loose buckling, you miss out on the ankle extension you see on touring boots walk mode. They are light enough that you still have the boot your used to. Take out the forward lean wedge on long walks and reinsert before dropping in if it matters.

Love my full tilt classics though time to...

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Love my full tilt classics though time to be replaced. Considering these though have been spending more time touring. Usually short tours off the resort but the tours are getting longer. Any recommendations for touring in these or should i look for a 3 piece boot with a specific walk / touring mode (ie dalbello)?

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I ski inbounds with these and tour in the dalbellos, if you wanted to purchase another boot, go with them! They have a similar last and overall feel. Look at Seth Morrison's answer to a similar question above. I know a lot of people that just flip the tongues out and buckle them loose for touring. Hope that helps!!
I ski inbounds with these and tour in the dalbellos, if you wanted to purchase another boot, go with them! They have a similar last and overall feel. Look at Seth Morrison's answer to a similar question above. I know a lot of people that just flip the tongues out and buckle them loose for touring. Hope that helps!!

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I've used these boots for 3 years and tour with them all season, mostly short tours in the Wasatch. If you loved the Classics then you'll love these too. They feel identical, but they have metal buckles and a better liner than the older Classics. If you are splitting your time equally between touring and resort skiing, then you'll be fine in these rather than switching boots entirely!

5 5

My Favorites thus far.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Besides the new look, new aluminum buckles and power strap. Wider track buckles which are lighter than past metal buckles as well as plastic buckles. Power Strap has a buckle similar to a rafting strap buckle so you can crank it down and it holds its place unlike velcro after it wears which was on the previous boots. Replacement rubber soles are available as well as stiffer tongues. I ride the largest tongues made. One thing about the buckles on these boot is you can't hammer on them like you would with a full buckle and bail system. The small springs which are larger on the new buckles are still small. Most times keep boots buckled up during transport, helps keep cables from catching or buckles getting tweaked. The liner has a J bar in the heel pocket to help hold those narrow heels, like mine. With this rubber sole the toe box is slightly wider by a few hairs. All parts have screws, so you can replace nearly everything on your own if you have to.

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Touche Seth Morrison, touche indeed!
Thanks for the review!

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How tightly does the intuition liner hold your heel in place? Would you recommend adding footbeds?

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vtip131519 if you get the correct size boot, then your heel will be just fine with the Intuition liners. I still recommend seeing a boot fitter to get the proper heat molding done. They'll also be able to help you if you happen to need an additional footbed. Since everyones foot is different, its hard to say whether or not you'll need a footbed. I've been using these boots with just the stock liners for years and havent had any issues!