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How wide do full tilts run?
Well my salomon 1080s are ready to be retired. I have been looking at the full tilts for a little bit as my prime choice. I learned on Flexons, and they were the best boot i ever used. The salomon 1080 was a great fit for me. I would love to get these boots, if not its the SPKs.
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Search bar. But I believe the FT's are narrow compared to Salomons.
If I remember correctly Full Tilt boots run a 98mm toebox, but from what I have heard the full tilt liners do wonders when heat-molded properly. I would use the searchbar to double check that though.
I just retired some old 1080 boots and replaced them with the Full Tilt Sally. I definitely have a wide foot. When I was a little kid, the shoe store would put me in 4E stride rites. Anyway, I was definitely skeptical about the width working out for me on Full Tilts. When I first tried them on, they definitely felt on the snug side, but too bad. Got them punched out and heat molded the intuitions and now they feel amazing.
Wouldn't recommend getting them without trying them on first or seeing a bootfitter, but it could potentially work out and is definitely worth seeking out a place to check em out.
Being a bootfitter, these are a dream to work on. Just make sure you get the liners molded correctly. You really only get 2 shots before shrinkage becomes a problem.
Yeah i'm fairrrrrrrrrrrrrly sure they run 98mm, but as said ^ they are very workable..
the liner is workable, but not the shell because of the way its built. also the shell is fairly thin, due to the boots light weight. this means they have to grind the shell rather than punch.
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