I was wondering what the difference was between the drop kick and the hot dogger fit wise? or are they the same? I'm going to get a pair off the internet and take them to my shop and get fitted, If they don't fit I'll simply return them, as that's the only way I can get them here in Scotland and I was recommended them by the bootfitter as he judged my foot shape.
More inportantly, do you know the size you need. Have you had your foot in a shell? Getting the right size is very inportant, and dont forget you can make boots bigger, but not smaller, so best to buy them small.
yeah you should be ok if you had your foot measured. It could be worth the risk, but really why buy a FT over a boot from a shop you could have properly fitted and get a garentee on. FT boots have nothing which makes them any better then any other boot for park, there actually just 30 year old race boots. So dont think you need a FT, any well fitted boot will work just as well.
Yeah but the thing is, with the only 2 shops near me they don't have ANY freestyle boots, And all the stuff the only 2 brands they do have are head and Salomon, out of both shops... not really much of a range. I was wanting ft's/dalbellos for the Interchangable flex, and i wanted a light boot so that's why i was wanting the ft's, and also people rave and rave about the intuition liner, and i managed to get the hot doggers for £260($400) which is a pretty good deal Imo. I asked the guy in the shop if he thought it would be better to buy something from him and he genuinely recommended I get full tilts (although he did say there was a possibility i could buy through them but it was slim (so they clearly didn't say it for personal gain))