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What ski boots to get

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I'm looking for a pair of ski boots mostly for park but I also ski pow and trees also so I want something that is mostly for park but also is good for pow and stuff. any help?

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I'm looking for a pair of ski boots mostly for park but I also ski pow and trees also so I want something that is mostly for park but also is good for pow and stuff. any help?


Get Full Tilts.

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the ones that are best are the ones that fit the best.  Try on a bunch of different pairs to see what fits your foot and gives you the best overall position (alignment and such). 

post #4 of 9

well for park skiing I recommend the tom wallisch pro model full tilt ski boot but the good thing is you can buy a powder insert for the boot.

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Dalbello Kryptons? I have never tried but read great things about them...
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In general cabrio(3-piece) boots like Full Tilt and Dalbello Krypton series seem to be favored by the park rats, but as Finndog said, the best boot for you is the boot that fits your feet the best.  To recommend any specific boot to someone is just foolishness.  Each boot is made to a specific width and you have to match the width of the boot and the length to the wearer's feet.  Do yourself a favor and go to a boot fitter to get boots that actually fit your feet.  Do not take anyone's recommendation for a specific boot on the internet,


Edited by mtcyclist - 2/3/14 at 10:14pm
post #7 of 9
Bingo, we have a winner ^. Go find a great boot fitter and tell them what you want. They will then put you in the best boot for you skiing.
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"Great boot fitter" does not equal "any old ski shop". Ask for recommendations here or from people that have been skiing for years and really KNOW how to buy a boot. Read up on the topic.
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OP, tell us where you ski and live, one of us can recommend someone.
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