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Who says ski boots have to feel like some sort of antiquated torture device? Drop in on a pair of the First Chair 6 ski boots, and see what comfort-based performance is all about. Featuring a moldable Intuition Liner and adjustable wide-track buckles, the First Chair 6 offers customizable, all day comfort with a progressive flex that won’t fold as you drive into the boot. Rally park laps, bash bumps, and dive in the deep stuff -- whatever your pleasure, the First Chair 6 boasts the approachable performance you’ve been looking for all these years.

Features:

99mm Last – The original width shell that your feet love. Ideal for average to narrow width feet.

FTS (Full Tilt Soul) Shell – The FTS Shell takes the same 99mm last width and geometry used in the original 3-piece design and incorporates a roomier toe box, allowing room for your toes to play.

Easy On and Easy Off – Tongue opens a full 90˚ to aid putting boot on at any temperature.

Flex Rating: 6 (1 soft - 10 stiff) – Maximum versatility & reliability in all conditions with a smooth, natural ankle motion to eliminate shinbang! You can quickly change your flex by swapping out different # flex tongues.

Infinite Pivot – Unlike traditional designs, the rear cuff never bottoms out. It pivots infinitely forward with your calf for less shell distortion, no shin pain, and more control.

Ribbed Tongue – 100% ribbed tongue enables smoother, more natural linear flex from your shin to your toe. The tongue bends like a flexible straw, never bottoming out while providing smooth rebound. No more shin bang! Optimized for FT's new 45 degree cable positioning for the smoothest flex possible.

3-Piece Shell Construction – Up to 2 lbs / 900 g lighter than other boots due to its smart and minimalist 3-piece design that eliminates the need for thick, heavy overlapping plastic or bolts.

Forward Lean Adjustment – Tool-less forward angle adjustment of 3mm or 7.6mm.

45 Degree Heel Lock – Keep heels where they belong. Placing the middle buckle at an optimal 45 degree angle creates a solid lock for the heel to stay put when pressuring the tips and tails of the skis.