Full Tilt Drop Kick

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$328.90 - $359.90
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Regularly: $600.00
Christy Sports (2013)
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$369.00
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$479.95
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Regularly: $600.00
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Full Tilt Drop Kick Ski Boots 2013: The Full Tilt Drop Kick Ski Boots are for aggressive freestylers in search of the Original shell’s ultra-light and nimble, close-to-the-snow feel, for throwing tricks like there’s nothing on your feet. Complimented by a new #6 flex tongue, these boots have the reliability to support your big air landings while eliminating shin bang forever! The Quick-Fit™ Performer liner with Intuition® foam molds 100% to your feet for ultimate comfort and features a wider toe area for extra space and maneuverability up front.

Fabric:

  • Ratchet nylon buckles for lightweight on-the-fly micro adjustments.

Fit:

  • 3 Cable closure eliminates deadspots for a smooth even pressure fit.

Manufactured:

  • A freestyle directed 7 ribbed tongue for extra forgiving shock absorption and maneuverability. This natural linear flex for your foot will eliminate shin banging on your sick landings. This linear flex is made with a free hinging rear cuff that never bottoms out. Full Tilt tongues are inter-changeable; making it simple enough to swap flexes on-the-fly (extra tongues are sold separately). This design also provides even pressure throughout due to the cables that work just like your favorite shoelaces.

Features:

  • The Performer Liner is Full Tilt’s lightest body heat activated custom moldable liner.
  • Intuition Performer liner with Wide-Toe
  • Full Tilt boots are up to 2lbs/900g lighter per pair than other boots due to a minimalistic shell that contains no overlapping plastic or bolts. The thinner plastic also increases the feel and responsiveness, making these boots much quicker than other pairs.
  • Replaceable Rubberheel
  • Rubber Heel
  • Flex Rating - 6 (1 Softest – 10 Stiffest)
  • Full Tilt Original 3-Piece Shell Design is a living legend that Full Tilt has the honor of bringing back to life each year in its original form.
  • Active Bootboard absorbs big air impact and vibrations.
  • 99 mm Width Last is very narrow from heel to toe, designed for people with straight and narrow feet
  • Active Boot Board
Evo (2014)
Drop into the ever-shredable Full Tilt Drop Kick Ski Boots 2014, where the big kickers flow like groomer laps. These boots are made for aggressive freestylers who crave the FTO shell's ultra-light and nimble, close-to-the-snow feel, for throwing tricks like there’s almost nothing on your feet. Supplied with the #6 flex tongue (what gives the boot its flex rating), these boots have the reliability to support your big air landings while eliminating shin bang forever! The Performer liner with Intuition® foam molds 100% to your feet for ultimate comfort and features a wider toe area for people with wider feet or who prefer a little more toe room. Stomp on in the Drop Kick.

Backcountry.com

This boot may come in black and blue, but you'll stay nice and bruise-free in the ultra-comfy, forgiving, yet power-wielding Full Tilt Drop Kick Men's Ski Boot. Say good-bye to shin bang and bone spurs: this boot features the closed-cell Intuition Performer liner that molds to your foot for a glove-like fit and optimal warmth. A medium-flex and shock-absorbing Active boot board give  you smooth rides and landings, so you feel and look like buttah. Built for the park, this high-performance freestyle boot falls in the middle of Full Tilt's designated freestyle lineup, made for aggressive skiers who commit to riding park but want an all-around kickass boot.


Christy Sports (2013)

Full Tilt Drop Kick Ski Boot:   FREESTYLE ALL-STAR. The Drop Kick is for aggressive freestyle skiers in search of the lightest weight boot possible with the most maneuverability. The thin & ultra light Performer Intuition® foam molds to your feet while the Original shell provides a unique light & nimble, low to the snow feel for precise control throwing technical tricks like there’s nothing on your feet.


Boot Features:
- Original Shell 3-Piece Design, 99mm width last.
-#6 flex/ 7 Rib for extra forgiving shock absorption & maneuverability.
- Active Bootboard rubber absorbs vibration % shock.
- 3 Cable closure eliminates dead spots for an even pressure fit.
- Ratchet Buckles nylon light-weight on-the-fly micro adjustments.
- Quick-Fit™ Intuition® foam Performer Liner, wide toe features thinner foam in the toe area for a roomier fit


Evo (2015)
#whatarethosegreenboots is a hashtag you better get used to seeing, because come February '14, people are going to be asking that. The Full Tilt Drop Kick Ski Boots are the boots of choice for professional athletes and crusty ski bums alike. Featuring a simple, light and nimble deisgn, the Drop Kick's are built for the aggressive freestyle skier who's looking to throw tricks big enough to bring home a gold medal. This special colorway for the big event is sure to be a timeless design that'll be turning heads for years to come.

Christy Sports

Full Tilt Drop Kick Ski Boot - Original shell that made Full Tilt famous, ultra light and nimble.  Set for aggressive freestylers.


FontanaSports.com
The Drop Kick is simple and to the point, with looks that kill. For aggressive freestylers in search of our Original shell’s ultra light and nimble, close to the snow feel for throwing tricks like there’s nothing on your feet.

Features:
• Shell Material: FTO Original.
• Flex: medium-stiff (6 of 10 on Full Tilt`s scale)
• Lean Angle: 3 & 7.6 mm.
• Buckles: 3.
• Buckle Material: nylon.
• Liner: Intuition Performer.
• Thermo-moldable Liner.
• Sole: rubber heel.
• Last Width: 99mm.
• Weight: 4 lb 3.58 oz [single, size 27]
• Recommended Use: freestyle, alpine skiing.

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7mm Medium Density Intuition® Foam:this cross linked EVA closed cell foam molds to your feet and transfers energy.
Actual Flex:6 on a scale of 1-10
Buckle Count:3
Buckle Material:Nylon Lever Construction
Category:Freestyle
Cuff Alignment:None
Flex:Medium
Flex Adjustment:No
Forefoot Width:99mm
Model #:J131600501260
Number of Micro Buckles:0
Prewired For Heat:No
Shipping Restriction:This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
Ski Gear Intended Use:Freestyle
Ski/Walk:No
Special Features:Shock Absorber Boot Board
Used:No
Warranty:One Year
Wide Toe:a thinner foam in the front of the liner to increase toe space without sacrificing control in the rest of the liner
Width:Narrow (95-99mm)
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Reviews:

I've been riding Full Tilt boots for the past few years, and have a bit of a love affair with them. While these are the same exact mold as seen with the Hot Dogger/Classic which I've been using, the tongue provided with these are extremely soft. I found that when trying to press my skis, or put pressure on the tips, I had way too much flex room. Ultimately, I ended up swapping out the tongues for a stiffer flex which I had lying around.
Overall, these are a great boot. Super light, prevent shin bang, everything expected of Full Tilt. However, for heavy shredding, I would recommend one of the stiffer models, such as the Konflict.

Ian Schwenker-Punnett at Backcountry.com on 12/02/2013