So i am in the market for new boots. Looking for a freeride boot, i spend about 60% all mountain and 40% park. some days i spend all day in the park, and on others i dont go near it. so i need a boot that is not gona give me shin bang, while still allowing me to run shoots and bolls out west. I am currently thinking of full tilt konflicts, dalbello blender, or somthing similar. let me know what you guys think.
but in all seriousness you are going to want a three piece boot with progressive flex the the blenders are not a TRUE 3 piece boot, they cheepest you should go in the dalbello line is the rampage which i have and it is awesome. you need to go to the boot fitter and find out what fits. and maybe use a little thing called search bar or read the stickied threads in gear talk about choosing boots.
Im planning on going to a boot fitter for sure, just wanted to get a few opinions. Full tilts seem to be getting a lot of love. thanks for the opinions, and sorry i put this in the wrong forum, im a bit new here.
The boot that fits = no shin bang ever it is magical.
Full tilts are just boots they are not different or progressive. That being said if they fit then they will be a good boot. Do not go into a ski shop with only a couple of boots on your list and try to jam your foot into the ones you think are cool. Tell the bootfitter what you will be doing and how much you are wiling to spend, it looks like you want a boot with around 110+ flex and good suspension which almost every boot company has. Thus you will have many options for a wide range of feet. And a good idea is to invest in some custom footbeds.