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Full Tilt Boot Question
Alright so I'm looking to get some FT Booters. I went to my local ski shop today and the only FT boot they had were the Bumble Bee Pros, so I tried those on. My feet are narrow, so I tried on the boots and they fit me pretty well, but I only had one concern... The liner was really tight on the calves and it was uncomfortable, so I don't think I'll be getting those boots anytime soon.
Now I know the Bumble Bees have pro liners and the Booters have performance liners. Is there a difference between the two liners in stiffness and flexibility? The pro liner just seems really tight around the calves, but is the performance liner just as tight? Are they uncomfortably tight or are they more loose and flex? If theres anyone that has tried on the Booters could you please help me out? Thanks.
I just picked up a pair a booters for this season and they kick ass. the liner is pretty low volume, pretty sure its less than the bumble bees. But the fit is nice and comfy. It holds my foot in snugly, but the boot definitely has a lot of flex. They don't hurt my calves at all. Its a sweet boot.
^that was helpful.
And to the OP, they will fit the same, although the liner is different. The difference is in the actually quality of the material, not the shape itself.
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^^ Thanks for the help you guys. I'll take what you said into consideration.
Its an intuition, if your shop is half decent they will mold them to your feet (more so then a standard heat holdable liner), if they are decent they will do a good job stretching the liner out. they could also then stretch the plastic out to fit your foot.
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