Lets face it--being the descendant of a long line of boots that ski as hard and are as famously comfortable as Full Tilts puts a lot of expectations on any new generation of boots that might come down the line. And while the Full Tilt Men's Descendant 8 Ski Boots may be a whole new build for Full Tilt, they still have the pedigree of a tried and true Full Tilt, so you can bet your beer money that they'll provide the same infinite flex, top-shelf comfort, and customizable flex of the old standbys in the Full Tilt line.The Descendant is an all-new build for Full Tilt and has been rebuilt from the ground up. The newly designed Evolution Shell weaves the same components of traditional Full Tilt boots with with a wider last, dual material soles, and a re-worked buckle system, so you get the same performance you've come to expect from Full Tilt, without having to cram your wide foot in a pair of narrow boots. Full Tilt knows the best way to ruin a good thing is by changing it, so you'll find the same free flexing cuff that won't bottom out on you, as well as the same customizable flex, which allows you to adjust the stiffness of the boot to better suit temperature, snow conditions, or what kind of skiing you're planning on doing. The shock absorbing boot board remains intact with a shock-absorbing layer of rubber integrated into the sole of the shell for an always smooth ride. The Descendant keeps the same Quick Fit liners that can be heat molded, but also use multiple densities of foam to offer supreme comfort and better responsiveness where you need it most.
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