From Moms and Dads to kids and teens to full-on professional skiers like Sammy Carlson or Tom Wallisch, you can find Full Tilts on the feet of skiers from all different walks of life and ability levels. Whether it’s the ease of getting the boot on and off, the lightweight feel, or the uncompromising flex, there’s a lot to talk about with Full Tilt Boots. The best part? You don’t have to be a world-class athlete to reap the benefits of a 3-piece boot; they’re designed for everyone to enjoy.
Comfort is performance. That’s the motto we live by when it comes to our boots. If you’re comfortable in your ski boots, then you’re going to have a good time on the mountain, and nobody makes comfier ski boots than us.
Full Tilt's skimo boot
Technology at your feet
We took the innovative tech-compatible design of the Full Tilt Ascendant and added in a Pro Tour Tongue Intuition Liner, a lightweight Grilamid Shell, and heavy-duty Michelin Grip Walk outsoles for maximum grip in any terrain. Lightweight on the uphill, without sacrificing performance on the down, this is the Ascendant Approach.
Full Tilt’s skimo boot, the Ascendant Approach, has been co-designed with solesbyMichelin to be more lightweight during ascents without sacrificing performance during down-hills.
Designed for better grip on unstable & slippery terrain, the convex shape and ribbed tread add both comfort & traction when going from your house to the mountain peak. A soft rubber layer in the sole of the shell absorbs the vibrations, impacts and shocks for a smoother ride.
An additional j-shaped piece of foam is inserted internally on both sides of the ankle area to increase the ankle hold down and keep your feet perfectly in place.
Cold temperature resistance.
Firm grip down to – 40°
Soft antislip rubber.
Good abrasion resistance.
Traction and lateral control
Adherence on wet surfaces