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VD.Sounds like you'd be going for a 'freeride' boot for the amount of touring you're planning on, basically a downhill boot with a watered-down walk mode, something like a Lange XT130 or Rossignol Alltrack Pro. If so, yeh you'll be able to ski park without finding your boots too much of a hindrance. Sure you could go for a boot quiver, but unless you're throwing down pretty hard in the park it'd probably be unnecessary.
onenerdykid"Touring" is a pretty general catgegory, as it covers everything from stupid light carbon rando race boots to heavy ass alpine boots with simple walk modes.