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Full Tilt Hot Dogger (2011)

Hot Dogger

Full Tilt




Toebox Fit: 
3.00 / 5
Forefoot Fit: 
3.00 / 5
Ankle Fit: 
4.00 / 5
Instep Fit: 
4.00 / 5
5.00 / 5
5.00 / 5
4.00 / 5
4.00 / 5
5.00 / 5
4.00 / 5
5.00 / 5
Overall Impression: 
4.00 / 5
Average Score: 
4.00 / 5




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The Hotdogger is Full Tilt’s top-of-the-line park boot.  Tom Wallisch, who is known for his insane skills on the rails and in the air, helped design it. The Hotdogger would not be anything without its Intuition Power Wrap Boot Liner. When I first put the boot on it felt alright, a few uncomfortable spots here and there, but overall it wasn’t bad and I could have skied a day on it without much problem but after awhile it would have given me some problems. I decided to get my books heat molded. While I waited I made sure the boot was stretched wide open to prevent any creasing when I put the liner in. After the 10 minutes was up I took them out and put them on and right away put my foot into the boot shell, strapped up the buckles to a comfortable setting and waited about 30 minutes. They felt amazing: the liner fit perfectly to my foot. I almost felt like I could go throw a switch double rodeo but then I remembered I wasn’t Tom Wallisch. I took the boots off and I let them sit overnight wondering if the liner would hold the shape of my foot. In the morning, I put the boot back on and it was still perfect. I’m looking forward to skiing in these this winter without the aches and pain of the other boots I’ve had. —Matt Branum; $630


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