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itsJacobexpensive as fuck, I have the tom wallisch ltd 2016 I dropped about $600 on them, I worked really hard all summer to get them
pdeemoLove my FT classics but buddy u dropped wayy too much for them boots...
the_yock_34i got the 2015 b&e boots, the green ones, and i could not love them more. they are so comfy. Ive only had one buckle sort of break in a year and a half of use, and other than that ive had no problems. The liners are super nice and feel really good on your feet. In conclusion, get full tilts.
itsJacobaye your that dude from the gaper day at hyland hils, that shit was funny af
parkplaygroundspeaking technically, FTs are comparable to having a normal ass car to a sports car. They can get the job done but the technology and materials used are inferior in every way to current boots. The PU they use for the shell is cheap and prone to warping and wearing down very fast. the tongue has no rebound in it to return someone to a proper stance (because of the material used). The parts are cheaply made and feel like toys. They are a boot that has been successfully marketed to seem cool and for "freestyle". I owned a pair for 2 weeks and sold them because I hated how little precision they had. FTs are priced competitively when they should cost like 300 max imo.
I am biased since I never liked FT in the first place but the roast is justified after owning a pair.
I will admit that they were comfortable as fuck though.
I will never know why pro skiers use them when there are way better options out there.
Skibumsmithseriously just buy a pair of Dalbellos if you want a 3 piece boot.