mmccarthy81I've had ft classics the past two seasons and after a solid hour or so of riding they always would loosen around my leg so that there was gap to fit fingers between my leg and boot liner. I don't necessarily need a park boot but just something soft enough to be forgiving on jumps. I tried on salomon xpro 90s in a shop today and they seemed to fit tighter around my leg and ankle. Anyone know of any other boot companies that tend to make a narrower boot around the leg and ankle? Honestly I'm not even sure if this is a thing, but trying to explore my options. If anyone could help me out, thanks
**This thread was edited on Oct 12th 2017 at 6:06:05pm
Well you want to see a boot fitter obviously but, (IMO) full tilt boots don't do the job, they are a toy boot that might work for weekend warriors or something but Id recommend getting a different boot when the time comes, id get your days out of your boots and re-evaluate but I can tell you any Fischer vacuum boot can be vacuumed around your entire ankle and leg as tight or loose as you want (within reason) and then you can dial it in with buckles from there. They kick ass, best boot ever (at least for me and most I've talked to but it depends on you, your foot and how you ski). If you want an easy fix for your current full tilts, get shorter cables and add some shillings in-between you shell/liner. If that still works you could try a fresh liner and thick sox in addition to all that but would probably be easier to buy a more proper fitting boot at that point.
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