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Full Tilt Youth Growth Spurt Adjustable Ski Boots '11
 



Full Tilt Youth Growth Spurt Adjustable Ski Boots '11
List Price: $240.00
Our Price: $135.82
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Model Year: 2011

Stock Status:Out of Stock
Product Code: 3482045722000


  

  

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Description
 
The 2011 Full Tilt Youth Growth Spurt Adjustable Ski Boots easily adjust to 3 different foot sizes, saving the family budget by eliminating the need for new boots each year while reducing environmental impact. The Growth Spurt is also an industry first junior boot liner made of authentic Intuition®  foam that's body heat activated to mold 100% to their feet during use. They'll be able to stay out longer by staying warmer, in more comfort, than any other kids boots in the world. And with Full Tilt's boots have a 1-10 Flex rating (10 being the stiffest) for the all around boot flex and another for the ribs that are part of the free hinging cuff for natural flexing and even pressure for no shin bang and easier on and off this boots 1 Flex/1 Rib flex will not only be easy to get on and off but easy to ski with for the kids.

Features


  • Ski Boot Features:
  • 3 sizes in one boot
  • Adjustable 3-Piece
  • 1 Flex/1 Rib
  • Free Hinging
  • Quick Fit Liner Features:
  • Industry first Intuition® Liner
  • Aegis Microbe Shield
  • Open Cell
  • Flexalon


Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review

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Best value, no more boot sizing hassles June 10, 2011
Reviewer: Eva from glen ellyn il  
Thanks full tilt for alleviating the new boot hassle and expense for several yeats for my kids, we bought my daughter a pair last year and this year one for my son.  I appreciatefull tilt understanding that a major deterrent to skiing with kds is the endless shopping and buying of new gear that is also pricey.

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