For the paddle-footed shredder.

We all know that guy who swears by his Full Tilts and doesn't shy away from singing their praises to everyone he meets on the chairlift. But for those of us who have a foot shaped better for swimming than skiing, the narrow 99mm last found on most boots is enough to make your bone spurs cringe and toes instinctively curl up on each other. If the cost of your toe nails has hardly seemed worth the price of the progressive forward flex, customizable stiffness, and boot-bang free performance a pair of Full Tilts offer, then step your wide-footed self into the Full Tilt Men's Descendant 6 Ski Boot and let your toes roam free as you stomp big lines, jumps, and jib just about every feature you encounter.

The Descendant is a Full Tilt, so you'll find all the features that have allowed the company to achieve legend status over the years. The boot has that Full Tilt three-piece shell with a medium flex tongue attached. The shock-absorbing foot board helps to absorb vibrations when you're skiing fast on variable snow and will cushion big impacts when you stomp landings on packed-out transitions. The ribbed tongue bends, so you'll never bottom the boot out or suffer from shin bang after a big landing. Three micro-adjustable buckles let you fasten the boots down as tight as you need to ski as aggressively as you want, while a large power strap keeps the boot responsive and snug. The liner is made with Intuition foam, so it can be molded to better fit the shape of your foot, while an additional layer of high-density, closed-cell foam is placed along the outside of the cuff of the liner to drive energy more efficiently to the shell for even more performance.

  • Lap the park in these comfortable ski boots
  • Medium park-friendly flex
  • 102mm last accommodates wide feet
  • Evolution shell offers stiffness and comfort
  • Intuition Performer liner is customizable to your foot
  • Ribbed tongue offers a consistent flex
  • Dual material outsoles offer extra grip
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