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Full Tilt help
I am a 5'11, 150 pound 14 year old from south-eastern British Columbia. I have previously created a thread asking about the FullTilt First chairs, and have been told that the #10 flex would be too stiff for me. I am skiing about 35% park (Although we have no jumps in our park, only rails), 25% all mountain and moguls and stuff, and 40% just in our mellow out-of bounds pissing around and building/hitting jumps with friends. My question is, what would be a better boot for me, the FullTilt Konflict or the FullTilt Hot Doggers? Also forgot to mention that the Hot Doggers are around 50 dollars less expensive. Please help me out. Helpful responses +k
I would say Konflicts over the Hot Doggers, it is my understanding that Hot Doggers are more a park oriented boot. I ride my Konflicts all over the mountain and I love them. I do weigh significantly more than you (I'm about 165) so that might change boot preference.
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Konflicts have a stiffer tongue, a stiffer/denser liner, and metal levers- that's it. It's not more freeride or less park than the Hot Dogger. Just stiffer and firmer. For some people it's a better match, for others the Hot Dogger is better. What's better for you? This is honestly where your boot-fitter comes in.
Alrighty I might just have to go to my local FullTilt dealer then I appreciate your input +k
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