If you didn’t know already, Full Tilt Boots are created with a simplistic 3-piece design. In short, our boots are comprised of three elements:
The Lower Shell
The Upper Cuff
Without the tongue, any Full Tilt Boot can flex freely, without any resistance. This is where your flex comes into play. All Full Tilt tongues feature a ribbed design, making for a more efficient and naturally flexing boot. There is no distortion or bottoming out, along with no shin bang.
Perhaps the greatest thing about this 3-piece design is how you can change the tongue, or change the flex. Depending on your skiing abilities, you can put on a softer tongue for more flexibility, or a stiffer tongue for a more aggressive skiing style. You can even change your flex based on the current skiing conditions.
Change Your Flex
Changing your flex is easy and can be done in seconds. Simply unbuckle the boot and open the tongue up all the way. You will see a little hinge holding the tongue in place, simply pry this hinge open and slide the tongue out of boot. Grab your new tongue and insert it into the boot in the same fashion.
Skip to 1:25 to get a tutorial on changing your tongue