The Full Tilt Tom Wallisch Hot Dogger has been around for years now, and with a name like Tom Wallisch attached it has to be good. And it lives up to the hype, the premier park boot from Full Tilt features a medium stiff #6 flex tongue, lightweight construction, a shock absorbing boot board, and replaceable rubber soles. If it fits properly, this boot is amazing and is as close to the comfort of wearing skate shoes as you can get with a ski boot. The thick liner is warm and comfortable, the cables allow for a smooth, even flex and the beefy powerstrap keeps your shins in place. The forward lean on this boot also won me over, most boots with park riders in mind have a more upright lean, while the Full Tilt keeps your knees over your toes at all times, whether forward or switch, allowing you to maintain constant edge control at all times.