Plush isn't a word you would use to describe your ski boots. If stiff, painful, and miserable are the kind of adjectives you use to describe your boots, then it might be time for you to step into a pair of Full Tilt Women's Plush 4 Ski Boots. We've all heard of Full Tilt's customizable flex, forward-flexing ribbed tongue, and innovative three-piece shell, but what you probably don't know is that Full Tilt is producing boots to accommodate wider feet, so you don't have to try and cram your flipper-footed self into a narrow 99mm lasted boot, just to get the performance of a Full Tilt boot. In fact, the Plush 6 comes with a spacious 102mm last, giving your toes plenty of wiggle room while maintaining all the same performance features we've all come to expect from Full Tilt.The boot comes with Full Tilt's #4 soft-to-mid flex tongue, but it can be fitted with stiffer or softer tongues (#10 being the stiffest, #1 being the softest). The free flexing cuff and ribbed tongue are designed to never bottom out, so you won't have to deal with day-ending shin bang after a big landing, and the shock-absorbing foot board works to keep the soles of your feet happy after stomping big landings and skiing on chunder and boilerplate. Full Tilt threw in its Intuition liner that can be molded over time by the heat of your feet, or heat-molded by a shop for an instantly precise fit. And since the liner is designed by Full Tilt, it's specifically designed to work with the shell to optimize performance with varying amounts of foam used throughout the liner to maximize warmth, responsiveness, and an overall better fit and feel from the boot as a whole.
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