Full Tilt Konflict Ski Boots

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Evo (2013)
(2013)
$340.90 - $364.90
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Regularly: $730.00
Christy Sports (2013)
(2013)
$449.00
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FontanaSports.com $578.99
20% off
Regularly: $730.00
REI (2014) $579.95
20% off
Regularly: $730.00
Christy Sports $579.95
20% off
Regularly: $730.00
Evo (2014)
(2014)
$579.95
20% off
Regularly: $730.00
Backcountry.com $579.95
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Regularly: $730.00
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Full Tilt Konflict Ski Boots -
Full Tilt Konflict Ski Boots 2013: The Full Tilt Konflict Ski Boots are high performance freeride boots with the power, responsiveness and versatility needed to tackle all conditions, anywhere on the mountain. Their legendary Original shell gives them a unique light and nimble close-to-the-snow feel complimented by a powerful, responsive 8 flex, 7 rib tongue and active rubber boot board for extra shock and vibration absorption. The high performance Quick-Fit™ Pro Liner with Intuition® foam molds to your feet and transfers the most energy to the shell for precise control no matter what the mountain throws at you.

Lining and Layers:

  • Additional layers of foam around the cuffs enhance power transfer to shell, and J-shaped foam inserts increase support around ankle bones
  • Powerwrap adds an additional layer of ergonomically shaped High Density Intuition® Foam to wrap around the outside of the upper liner, providing added energy transfer and horsepower to the shell

Fit:

  • 99mm footbed provides a responsive, precision fit
  • The Quick Fit™ Pro Liner is Full Tilt’s highest performance moldable liner.
  • 3 Cable closure eliminates deadspots for a smooth even pressure fit.
  • Separate cuff, shell and tongue sections together create a classic fit and one-of-a-kind flex

Insulation:

  • J-Bars create powerful internal ankle hold down.

Sizing:

  • Active Bootboard rubber absorbs vibration and shock off Seth size airs.

Manufactured:

  • A freeride directed 7 ribbed tongue provides a natural linear flex for your foot that eliminate shin banging. This natural 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 sold separately). This design also provides even pressure throughout due to the cables that work just like your favorite shoelaces.
  • Aluminum ratchet buckles are made for durable on-the-fly micro adjustments.

Features:

  • Easy On and Off with tongues that open like convertibles and will never block your foot.
  • Tongues hinge out of the way making it a breeze to get your feet in the boots
  • Liners feature 7mm high-density foam that molds to your feet through use, but they can also be custom molded using a heat treatment in an REI specialty ski shop
  • Wide ratcheting buckles offer on-the-fly adjustments, and shock-absorbent bootboards reduce the jarring impact of big-air landings and smooth out vibrations at high speed
  • 3-piece shell design allows the use of thin plastic to reduce overall weight, ensures an even flex pattern with specialized tongues
  • Full Tilt Konflict ski boots provide the stiff power transfer preferred by fast intermediate skiers
  • Flex Rating – 8 (1 Softest – 10 Stiffest)
  • 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
  • Active boot board
  • 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.
  • 99 mm Width Last is very narrow from heel to toe, designed for people with straight and narrow feet
Backcountry.com

Put the hammer down while you shred backside chutes or session pillow lines in the stiff, light, and sensitive Full Tilt Men's Konflict Ski Boot. Its uncompromising power comes from the classic three-piece FTO shell and the aptly named Intuition Powerwrap liner. The highly lauded Intuition liner molds to your foot with body heat or can be heated up and fit at your local bootfitter's. The J-Bar heel locks you in for no-slip charging, and the Widetrack buckles add to the precision fit. With all that power, it's remarkably lightweight for agility in the air. It has a close-to-snow feel but features a shock- and vibration-absorbing rubber Active Boot Board for a smooth ride. Next in line to the Seth Pro model, this boot is no pushover; it's serious about freeride performance.


Christy Sports (2013)

Full Tilt Konflict Ski Boot:  FROM LIFT LINES, TO BIG MOUNTAIN LINES. The Konflict is a high performance freeride boot with the power, responsiveness and versatility needed to tackle all conditions, anywhere on the mountain. Its legendary Original 3-Piece shell gives it a unique light & nimble close to the snow feel for precise control, no matter what the mountain throws at you.


Boot Features:
-Original Shell 3-Piece Design, 99mm width last.
- #8 flex/ 7 Rib tongue for maximum power with natural flex.
- Active Bootboard rubber absorbs vibration % shock.
- 3 Cable closure eliminates dead spots for an even pressure fit.
- Aluminum ratchet buckles for durable on-the-fly micro adjustments.
- Quick-Fit™ Intuition® foam Pro Liner, our highest performance moldable liner


FontanaSports.com
The Konflict is a high performance freeride boot with the power, responsiveness and versatility needed to tackle all conditions, anywhere on the mountain. Its legendary Original shell gives it a unique light & nimble close to the snow feel for precise control, no matter what the mountain throws at you.

Features:
• Shell Material: FTO Original.
• Flex: stiff (8 of 10 on Full Tilt`s scale)
• Lean Angle: 3 & 7.6 mm.
• Buckles: 3.
• Buckle Material: Widetrack aluminum.
• Liner: Intuition Pro.
• Thermo-moldable Liner.
• Sole: rubber heel.
• Last Width: 99mm.
• Claimed Weight: 4 lb [single, size 27]
• Recommended Use: alpine, freeride skiing.


REI (2014)

The men's Full Tilt Konflict ski boots offer intermediate skiers the unique flex of a classic 3-piece shell, warm cushy liners and shock absorption to tackle any terrain on the mountain.

Imported.


Christy Sports

Full Tilt Konflict Ski Boot - the freeride Konflict is built for power and responsiveness.  Set for versatility in all mountain conditions.  Original 3-Piece Design.

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Activity:Downhill skiing
Boot design:All-mountain
Cuff adjustment:No
Flex adjustment:No
Flex index:Unavailable
Footbed width:99 millimeters
Liner material:EVA/open-cell foam
Moldable liner:Custom moldable
Ski boot flex:Stiff
Ski/walk position:No
Skill level:Intermediate
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Full Tilt Konflict Ski Boots Reviews:

Reviews:

Great boots, I loved them. I now have the First Chair version with replaceable toes/heels. They should have a replaceable toe/heels in this boot. Do yourself a favor & spend a little more on First Chair or Morrison models. It is easier to hike on rubber soles & you can replace the toes on those, you CANNOT replace them.
Skiing Jackson Hole I ride the tram a bunch, hike up rocky peaks, the toes get worn down (I wore the hell out of mine in three seasons skiing JH & Snowbird) & you gotta replace the boots. Eventually after so long the toes become unsafe in the binding.

Todd Kehoe at Backcountry.com on 09/19/2013

I'm a big fan of 3-pc boots, and the nice progressive flex. Very easy to slip on, and comfortable all day long. The Intuition liner is a touch of luxury as well. Very light compared to other brands. I also have another, softer set of tongues for park use, easy to swap out. I wish these had more replaceable soles, but for what they are, they are awesome.

Andrew McKee at Backcountry.com on 11/06/2013