The story of the young ski boot brand Full Tilt is not trivial since it drew its inspiration from a revolutionary model dating back to 1981. Indeed, it was at this time that the Swiss brand Raichle and Eric Giese released the first 3-part ski boot: the Flexon. A new construction that offers a progressive forward flex like the spacesuits created by NASA to preserve shape and functionality around the joint. The success of the Flexon is immediate, adopted by the greatest champions this shoe will however disappear at the same time as Peter Werhan, owner of the company. Often copied and never equalled, the Flexon has thus become a collector's model to the point that connoisseurs are tearing it away at auctions on the Internet. In 2006 K2 bought Line, at the same time Line launched its new Full Tilt brand with the objective of reviving the authentic Flexon 3 pieces. Today, the Full Tilt brand is a delight for freeskiers with comfortable and high-performance shoes that have improved this legendary design while preserving its DNA. From superior cushioning systems to specific bucklery and flex patterns, Full Tilt ski boots will propel you to the heights of skiing.
These are ski boots developed by Fulltilt in collaboration with professional skier Tom Wallisch. The Tom Wallisch Pro LTD is a 100% freestyle model ideal for the snowpark.