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Full tilt boots
  • jonnykemp
    Posts: 3Member
    got new full tilt booter, great boots so comfy light full tilt is great, but got too much room at the top of the boot between my calf and the back even on tightest setting,
    any ideas how to fix? remould?
  • 3rik
    Posts: 3Member
    Not sure about the Booter, but i know that the FTO and FTS shells have the capability to set the top cable back a notch inside of the cuff, not too familiar with the FTI system but you should check.
  • jonnykemp
    Posts: 3Member
    tried it has helped a bit but still a bit too roomy, anymore ideas?
  • 3rik
    Posts: 3Member
    footbeds?

    and Booster Straps are sure to help too.
  • pgski
    Posts: 1Member
    Best thing to do is take them into your local ski shop with a good boot fitter. Try using some pads around your ankle, you put them on the outside of your liner.
  • brewskibrewski
    Posts: 49Member
    @jonnykemp

    I would use a booster strap to tighten up the cuff. Did you get them professionally fit or buy them online? Chances are good the boot is too big for you. Also, did you mold the liner? That Intuition foam should shrink up a little when you mold it, and then I would throw a butterfly pad around your calf if you still need to take up some volume
  • jonnykemp
    Posts: 3Member
    ill look at booster strap, as got them professionally fit and moulded! maybe ive just got skinny calfs!
  • D_QuigleyD_Quigley
    Posts: 30Moderator, Freeskier Staff
    @jonnykemp - any luck? I'd agree with @brewski on the butterfly wrap. I threw some around my calves a while back and it filled the boots out nicely.