hey can anyone tell me the major differences between the drop kick, B & E and Tom Waliisch pro model full tilt boots? they all the FTO shell and have a 7 flex and a 99 last so whats the difference between them and which boot is the best?
The TW have exchangeable rubber soles whereas the B n E are more like the traditional full tilts.
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the tammy wangnutz are only slightly better because you can replace the sole of the boot once they get to worn out
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The drop kick has the performance liner. TW and b&e have the pro liner (more dense=better than the performance liner). And the tw boot has replaceable soles and metal buckles this year.
I have been using the drop kicks for the past 3 seasons and I packed out the liners pretty quick. That being said I'm still using them after about 250 days on them.
Probably going to replace them with some ft with the pro liner this year.