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Full Tilt Ascendant Alpine Touring Ski Boot

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Ascendant Touring Ski Boot

The Full Tilt Men's Ascendant Touring Ski Boot might feel light on the uphill, but it's surprisingly aggressive for the downhill. With the removable tongue, this boot boasts a 120 flex—Full Tilt's stiffest—for an aggressive, freeride feel on the downhill. The removable tongue also gives this boot a massive range of motion in walk mode, and it completes the boot's three-piece construction. Three-piece construction amplifies the boot's progressive forward flex for smoother power transmission, a dynamic rebound, and more excellent shock absorption than ski boots with the standard two-piece construction.

  • Backcountry touring boot with an aggressive, freeride performance
  • 120 flex is Full Tilt's stiffest ski boot for the backcountry
  • Wide 102mm last ensures all-day comfort on the skin track
  • Three-piece construction ensures a progressive forward flex
  • Removable tongue initiates walk mode with a massive range of motion
  • Full Tilt Pro liner with drawstring and J-Bars for a secure fit
  • Michelin rubber sole with sharp lugs for reliable traction on rocks
  • Item #FLTO03C

Shell Material
Grilamid
Flex
120
Last Width
102mm
Buckles
3
Buckle Material
aluminum
Walk Mode
60°
Liner
Tour Pro Wrap (multi-laminate foam, Heel Intuition)
Liner Closure
power strap
Footbed
shock absorber
Binding Compatibility
alpine touring, tech
Sole
GripWalk rubber
Claimed Weight
[size 27.5] 4lb
Recommended Use
backcountry touring
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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I’ve tried to find somewhere to try these on but everywhere is sold out. How close is the fit to the Tecnica Cochise 130 Dyn GW Alpine Touring Boot they fit really well but the Lange xt 3 put too much pressure of the top of the foot? Also what is the returns policies for ski boots?

Hey Mark, the lange will be a lower volume boot than the Cochise, the Cochise has a removeable boot board though, so if you get pressure on the top of your foot a boot fitter can grind it down and drop the foot in the boot to create more volume. But overall the Technica has move volume than the Lange. The toe box in the Technica will be more "square" as well. The Lang and this FT will be a bit more tapered "pizza" like in the toe box. You could go either way, the FT design being a cabrio is actually cut out under that tongue so it typically doesn't put as much pressure on the top of the foot. And the Intuition liner is a huge plus out of the box! Our return policy allows you to return new, unused items at any time for a full refund. If you use the boots you have 30 days to try them out and return them for store credit or an exchange.