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He's right though. So many people think Full Tilts are the quick fix answer, but they aren't. I can assume that you have Full Tilts, and that since they work for you, they work fr everyone else. That isn't true. So don't be recommending a brand of boots, just because they work for you.
Says the guy with a full tilt avatar? All mountain should be a med stiff boot that has some flex for when you decide to hit some park. Full tilts are a park boot not an all mountain boot. First go to a ski shop and get actual measurments of your foot so you know what boots will actually fit you correctly and then go from there, I would say look for a boot with a flwex of 110 but not more then 120.
im so sick of hearing that. they are a ski boot manufacturer who make boots that would be well suited to various types of skiing provided they fit your foot. they happen to sell them in colours that go with park rats crowbar outriggers hence why so many kids have them.
i personally have krypton rampages with intuitions (think fulltilts with buckles that dont break) which fit my foot so perfectly its retarded.
they are roughly 110 flex and a fine for everything, keen to upgrade to pros next year i so can have more like a 130 flex for big mountain/race.
seriously. go to a bootfitter. you're jeopardizing the health of a critical part of your body if you're skiing in an improperly fitted boot.
i failed to recognize the need to do so and bought a boot that really fit pretty well, but after skiing 80 days last year i did some serious damage. i've got some gnarly pronation going on and it's absolutely essential that i have custom footbeds. i'm about to dish out 225 for a fully custom pair from the best shop in the area, and i think it's entirely worth it.
as fun as skis may be to buy, your boots are still the most important part of your equipment.