What's good, NS. It's been a while. I used to go by "danderson.", but I can't remember the password nor email I used for that account so I had to make a new one.
Anyway, I'm looking to purchase some Full Tilts, but unfortunately no local shops around here carry them so I can't get fitted. I'm 99% sure I'd rock a 31.0 (I'm a size 13, sometimes 14), but I'm having trouble nailing down what width I'd be most comfortable in. I know Full Tilts now carry a few wider models, but I'm not sure if they'd be wide enough. I measured my foot width and am at about 110-111 mm. Full Tilt's biggest width unfortunately seems to be 102 mm. That being said, I'm wondering if this brand is right for me or if I should keep looking and, if I should keep looking, what out there is light as fuck and wide as fuck? I desperately need to upgrade from my Salomon SPKs from like 10 years ago.
My second question: what's the lightest yet most durable park ski out right now? I'm currently using K2 Recoils from 2013 and, while durable, they're heavy. I have some Rossignol FKS 155s mounted on them so, combining the weight of my boots, you can imagine how heavy and uncomfortable my deeply outdated setup is. I'm not necessarily loyal to one brand, but I do like K2.
Thank you in advance!