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haha, not to mention he just compared some of the skinniest boots on the market with the widest boots on the market.
I recommend Sollys(NOT SPK). Saying a boot is a park boot is fucking retarded. I say get Falcons/Impacts(98mm/100mm) or the 102mm version of those. There are also CS versions(Custom shell) that are moldable in the forefoot(or whatever you call it). All are light(I think, Falcons are for sure light) and have a real smooth flex, with a ton of models in each shell shape with different flexes from soft to stiff(which you can also soften up by taking out rivets). O think that they are better than FTs and Dalbellos, but that could be opinion(and also make sure to try on them first..).
go to boots- salomonsports.com
Ever heard about the east coast? Skiing iced groomers for 20 seconds every run is not much fun...
I dont notice like any difference man, the new ones have toe pads which was my only complaint about the spks. i also have a wider foot and they work out great. super comfy on your shins but like anyboot needs tweeking to fit your foot for 100+ days a year. i use them in all conditions mainly park but also on pow days and they're A+ so its more about what fits your foot not gimmics all high end boots will preform well you just gotta get your foot in one and be :)
oh man... so much redundancy.
look, the SPK is a rad park boot. if you've got wide feet check it out. Its a foot bucket. I've ridden it for two seasons now. the liner is key to that boot, the lace up makes it skiable most of the mountain. That being said, I was looking at the Dalbello Il Moro, but I pronate so much that i would need to do a lot of work to that boot, even with the Intuition liner. I dont know alot about the full tilts, other than that they are rather narrow, but unless you have retarded monster feet, an experienced boot fitter should be able to get them to work for you. Good luck man, and keep in mind, a park boot is a PARK boot. they suck everywhere else. But, if you only ride park any other boot is not going to be ideal, i dont care what anyone else says. they just hate cuz they cant slide rails.