I've been looking to buy full tilt boots for quite a while.For a long time, my choice was stucked on the hot doggers of course,till i figured out there was level 1 boots avaible november 1 aswell.
I am not quite sure on bootsi wanna buy, i would like to know what you would buy aswell.
If you can give infos on ft level 1 boots to, i would appreciate it.
I am looking at getting the Level 1 x Full Tilt boots. I have tried the hot doggers, and the Full Tilt Classics are very similar to the design of the Level 1 boots. If you have a normal - narrow foot and your looking for something that is a park monster and an all-mountain killer, these are them. They are basically the Full Tilt Classics, with a park foot board. Personally I love the liner of the Classics/Level 1 more than the Hot Dogger. Not to mention they are signed by Full tilt's whole team.
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I just got fitted for some Drop Kicks today, and they feel great. They fit my foot really well, and after doing some vacuuming (yes. vacuum in your ski boots. It will help the liner mold to your foot), they felt perfect.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think the major difference between Drop Kicks and Level 1's is the Liner. Level 1 has the Pro liner and the Drop Kick has the Performer. The Pro is a step up, hence the price difference. But you should get fitted. Ordering boots online is not a good idea, because your foot may very likely not go with the boot. Bootfitters know their shit and you will walk out with the right boot for you.
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I Just received my Full Tilt Level 1 boots the other day and i couldn't be happier with my decision with getting them. they look so sweet are super comfy and compact. Shedding them this Saturday for the first time so hopefully they perform just as well as they seem like they will.