It's really hard to ski well when your feet feel like they're dying, so Full Tilt pulled out all the stops to make the Plush 4 Women's Ski Boot the comfiest shoe on the market, so you can focus on riding and not how much pain your toes are in. It redesigned the FTE Evolution shell with an extra-wide 102mm last to completely relieve pinching and tight spots, and outfitted the Plush with a fully moldable wrap-style Quick Fit Intuition liner to eliminate seams and help your toes stay warm and comfy. Of course, the Plush 4 wouldn't be a Full Tilt without the legendary three-piece design, ribbed tongue, and Infinite Pivot cuff, which allow the boot to flex smoothly and consistently all the way through, with no dead spots or sudden stops. Three cable buckles provide a snug and pinch-free closure that stops the shell from deforming when it's buckles, and the rigid boot board relays precise input from the snow without banging your feet to bits. Full Tilt also built in forward lean and lateral adjustments, and, of course, designed the Plush 4 with it's famous interchangeable tongue system, so you can customize the flex as you see fit.
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