The boot that has seen more Podiums than any other boot in history, the Full Tilt Drop Kick Pro will handle anything you throw at it. As the lightest freestyle ski boot on the market, there's a reason it is a team favorite for the US Freestyle Team. Equipped with a pro liner, narrow last, and a Flex 6 / 90 Tongue, the Drop Kick Pro gives you the reliability and performance you need in a freestyle boot, without sacrificing comfort.
Forward Lean & Cuff Alignment - Tool-less forward angle adjustment. Original & Soul shells: 2mm or 4mm. Easy, precise lateral angle adjustment. Original & Soul shells: 12mm.
- Power Wrap - An additional layer of ergonomically shaped EVA is wrapped around the outside of the upper liner to increase energy transfer and horsepower to the shell.
Shock Absorber Boot Board - Soft rubber layer in the sole of the shell absorbs vibrations, impact, and shock for a smooth ride.
- J-Bar - An additional j-shaped piece of foam is inserted internally on both sides of the ankle area to dramatically increase ankle hold down, to keep your feet perfectly in place for precise control.
- Grip Walk Outsole - Designed for better purchase on unstable & slippery terrain. The convex shape and ribbed tread add both comfort & grip for getting from house to hill to peak! Sold separately. Available for FTS & FTE models.
Ladder Buckle - The ladder buckle features an intuitive, easy-to-remember, macro-size adjustment, plus a micro-twist for fine adjustment with a light, easy-to-handle aluminum lever.
Intuition™ Liner - All boot liners are built using authentic Intuition™ closed-cell foam. It is body heat activated to mold 100% to your feet and shells during use or can be instantly heat molded by a shop in minutes for a light, warm, and super comfortable fit.
- Original Shell - The FTO, or Full Tilt Original, offers the same fit and feel as the Raichle L boots of years past, updated to withstand the rigors of today. Precise, snug, and proven, this 99mm lasted shell has become the definitive freestyle boot of the modern era.