For long nights in the streets to endless hop laps in the park, the men's 2022 Full Tilt Tom Wallisch Pro Ski Boots are designed to take your freestyle skiing to the next level. Featuring a customizable Inuituion Pro Liner, Flex 6 / 90 Tongue, and graphics approved by the pretzel man himself, the Tom Wallisch Pro is the boot Wallisch relies on day-in and day-out. If you are looking for the best ski boot for freestyle and park, look no further.
** Before using your new boots, you must have an authorized Full Tilt retailer check your boot, binding, and sole setup. Full Tilt boot soles must only be changed by an authorized retailer.
6 / 90
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.
Dual Material Outsoles:
No slipping getting in-between you and the ground. A firm tpu and a softer material combat wear and keep your feet under- neath you on any surface.
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!
The boot’s flex is rated on a simple scale of 4-12 (12=stiffest). Change a boot’s flex by simply switching the tongue. (Competitor’s boots require permanent cutting.)
Durable aluminum levers with a minimalistic lightweight design. This adjustment mechanism is engineered to increase precision and durability while maintaining on-the-fly, single-handed micro-adjustment.
Shock Absorber Boot Board:
Soft rubber layer in the sole of the shell absorbs vibrations, impact and shock for a smooth ride.
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.
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.