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Full Tilt 2020/2021 Product Videos

Full Tilt 2020/2021 Product Videos

It may just be the beginning of October, and the temperatures may still be a little on the warm side, but believe it or not, Winter is right around the corner. Before we know it, temps will be dropping and snow will be falling. Heck, it already is in some places!

Skiing is on our minds year-round, but we get a little extra excited this time of year, as we get to release the new gear that we’ve been working tirelessly to create and produce. This year, we’ve created product videos specific to each boot so you can learn the ins and outs of all things Full Tilt. Check them out below and listen in while our Product Line Manager, Tom Pietrowski, runs you through each model.

2020/2021 Full Tilt Boots – Why The 3 Piece Design Works – Model Overview

Full Tilt was born out of a need. While the rest of the industry continued to pound their chests on the merits of the clunky design, we saw an opportunity. Born from the legacy of the 3-Piece design – creating a biomechanical advantage – and forged out of lightweight materials, Full Tilt emerged as a contender in a world of stagnant design.

Over a decade later, we’re still committed to the 3-Piece design. We’ve seen our boots flash across the big screen on Alaskan faces, grace the feet of Olympic Champions – and most importantly – populate lift lines the world over. And for good reason, too. Full Tilt’s foundational fluid, consistent flex, and unmatched comfort address the needs of any and all skiers.

 

The Redesigned 2020/2021 Full Tilt First Chair Collection

For the 2020-2021 season, the Full Tilt First Chair Collection sees some updates. We stiffened up the ski boot collection with 100, 120, and 130 flexes. We added in Pro Tongue Intuition Liners, and we slapped on GripWalk Outsoles to each ski boot for maximum traction.

These ski boots are designed to help you ski from First Chair to Last Call, from Sun up to Sun Down. You’ll be able to ski harder than ever on the reimagined First Chair Series.

 

The 2020/2021 Ascendant Collection. The Collection Grows.

The best-selling Full Tilt Ascendant has grown into a family. For the 2020/2021 season, we are stoked to introduce the Full Tilt Ascendant SC and the Full Tilt Ascendant Approach.

Sammy Carlson’s pro model boot, the Full Tilt Ascendant SC is the tech-compatible boot that won’t sacrifice performance on the downhill. A comfortable Pro Tour Wrap Liner, removable 120 Flex Tongue, and lightweight Evolution 3-Piece Shell work together to make the Ascendant SC progressive and innovative within the resort ropes and well-beyond.

With the Ascendant Approach, we took the innovative tech-compatible design of the Full Tilt Ascendant and added in a Pro Tour Tongue Intuition Liner, a lightweight Grilamid Shell, and heavy-duty Michelin Grip Walk outsoles for maximum grip in any terrain. Lightweight on the uphill, without sacrificing performance on the down, this is the Ascendant Approach.

 

The 2020/2021 Drop Kick Collection

The boots that have seen more Podiums than any other boot in history, the Full Tilt Drop Kick Ski Boot Collection will handle anything you throw at it. As the lightest freestyle ski boots on the market, there’s a reason they are team favorites for freestyle teams the world over.

Featuring the Drop Kick Pro, Drop Kick, and Drop Kick S, the Drop Kick Collection gives you the reliability and performance you need in a freestyle boot, without sacrificing comfort, no matter your skill level.

 

The 2020/2021 Plush Collection

The Full Tilt Plush Ski Boot Collection are the best ski boots for anyone looking to rip the entire mountain in comfort. With a roomy 3-piece evolution shell, the PLush 70 and 90 are best for skiers looking for a little extra room in their boots.

The Plush Ski Boot Collection is ready to rip all day long while keeping your feet comfy and cozy.

 

The 2020/2021 Tom Wallisch Pro

For long nights in the streets to endless hop laps in the park, the Full Tilt Tom Wallisch Pro is designed to take your freestyle skiing to the next level. Featuring a customizable Inuituion Pro Liner, Flex 6 / 90 Tongue, and graphics approved by the pretzel man himself, the Tom Wallisch Pro is the boot Wallisch relies on day-in and day-out.

If you are looking for the best ski boot for freestyle and park, look no further.

 

The 2020/2021 Growth Spurt

An adjustable ski boot, the Full Tilt Growth Spurt is the boot that grows with your kid. Gone are the days are trying to rent gear for a season before your kid grows out of it. With the growth spurt, you can adjust the boot as your kids’ feet grow. The boot is available in two sizes, small and large, with each allowing for three extra sizes of adjustment.

Complete with a ribbed tongue that will open to 90 degrees to make them incredibly easy to put on, pick up the growth spurt, and create some lifelong lasting memories with your little one.

Full Tilt 2020/2021 B&E Pro Ski Boots – The Go-To Boot For Freestyle Skiing Kings

The go-to boot for Freestyle Kings, Henrik Harlaut and Phil Casabon, the Full Tilt B&E Pro is perfect for freestyle skiers looking for a roomy shell that won’t sacrifice performance. Utilizing an Intuition® Pro Liner, park-optimized Flex 6 Tongue, and a fresh new design, the B&E can be seen on Phil Casabon while winning Real Ski segments, and on Henrik Harlaut medaling everything in the X Games. So whether it’s gnarly urban features or big doubles in the park, the Full Tilt B&E Pro will help you up your game.

Full Tilt 2020/2021 Classic Pro Ski Boots – Tried and True; The Original 3-Piece Ski Boot

Holding DNA from the old Raichle Flexon days, the Full Tilt Classic Pro is as, well, classic as it gets. Featuring an Intuition Pro Liner, Metal Buckles, and a reliable 8 / 100 flex tongue, the Classic Pro allows you to ski anything with confidence. Lightweight, versatile, and uncompromising, the Full Tilt Classic Pro represents everything Tried and True about the three-piece boot.

Full Tilt 2020/2021 Kicker Ski Boots – A Roomy Fit For Freestyle Performance

New this year, the Full Tilt Kicker is the perfect ski boot for freestyle skiers that don’t want to cram their feet into a narrow boot. Complete with a roomy three-piece evolution shell, easy to slip into Classic Tongue Liner, and a forgiving 4 / 70 flex, the Kicker is your go-to boot for improving your freestyle skiing game, or just skiing all over the mountain in comfort. Slip them on, buckle them up, and get kicking.

Full Tilt 2020/2021 Soul Sister Ski Boots – For Women Who Shred

Soul Sister 100: From Maggie Voisin topping X Games Podiums to Taylor Lundquist taking on the Streets to Perinne Laffont topping podiums in Mogul World Cups the world over, the Full Tilt Soul Sister 100 is for women who rip. An engaging Soul Shell works together with a Pro Intuition Wrap Liner, 8 / 100 Flex Tongue, and Grip Walk Outsoles to make this one hard-charging women’s ski boot. Designed to accommodate a women’s calf and eliminate dead space, you’ll be skiing all over the mountain with ease in the Soul Sister 100. Soul

Sister 90: Designed to accommodate a women’s calf and eliminate empty space for a comfortable and warm fit, the Full Tilt Soul Sister 90 brings top-notch comfort and performance to the table. Featuring an easy to get into Classic Tongue Liner, and a forgiving flex 6 / 90 tongue, the Soul Sister 90 is the perfect ski boot for ladies looking to elevate their skiing to the next level. Slip them on, buckle them up, and get shredding.

From The Field: Adventures to Tagert Hut

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Andrew Whiteford Heads to Colorado’s Tagert Hut

Strewn across Colorado’s hardscrabble high country, there is a series of huts known as the 10th Mountain Division Huts. Originally used for training exercises for the elite Military Unit, these huts are now utilized more for backcountry recreation than anything else. The Tagert Hut, tucked away in the Elk Mountains between Crested Butte and Aspen is one such place. Tagert offers comfy accommodations and — perhaps most importantly — rad ski touring.

Tagert Whiteford

It seems like an only fitting place to put the all-new Full Tilt Ascendant through the paces. So Andrew Whiteford packed up his Volkswagen Eurovan and pointed ‘er south from Jackson. Whiteford linked up with Jake Strassman and his mustached crew of midwest transplants for a long week of sun and ski touring.

From long alpine lines, to quicker treed shots, the mixed terrain offers unbeatable testing environs. Following the group of hearty Minnesotans, Andrew and Jake took to the terrain quickly.

It’s a different pace once the ski area closes; gone are the mornings hustling. Mornings slow roast and give way to late afternoon corn harvests. Towards the end of the day, everyone reconvenes to revel in the day’s accomplishments. It’s a simpler way of life — a regression to once was.

Finally, with this all-new boot, Full Tilt Believers can tap into these vibes, and experience the mountains in new avenues. We’ve gone full tech over here at Full Tilt, and we can’t wait to see how much farther you can go with the Ascendant. Learn more about the newest boots, and go ask your local dealer if they’ve ordered a few pairs.