Full Tilt Growth Spurt Girls Ski Boots 2013Full Tilt
Full Tilt Growth Spurt Girls Ski Boots 2013
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Save the family budget with the Growth Spurt that easily adjusts to three full boot sizes in one. The elastic neoprene liner comfortably stretches with your child’s growing feet, while keeping them warm like a wetsuit. It even features the same 3-piece design as our adult boots for easy, natural ankle flex & comfort. It just makes sense.
Size Small: 18.5-21.5 Fits sizes 12-3
Size Large: 22-25.5 Fits sizes 4-7.5
3 Piece Boot Technology
Growth Spurt 3 Piece Shell-This shell grows with your kid's feet! adjusting to 3 sizes to save the family budget & reduce environmental impact.
Rigid Boot Board-Firm layer inside the bottom of the shell maximizes responsiveness & sensitivity to the snow.
Light Weight-Minimalistic 3-Piece design eliminates the need for thick heavy overlapping plastic or bolts for increased quickness & sensitivity, up to 2 lbs / 900g lighter than some alpine boots.
Easy-Tongue fully opens like a convertible, never blocking your foot. Slide your foot in and out easily with comfort in all temperatures.
Free Flexing Cuff-Rear cuff has unrestricted forward motion to never bottom out & move naturally with your leg instead of against it.
3 Sizes in 1-Adjust the boot 3 whole sizes by simply removing the two allen screws, sliding the toe and heel and then re-tightening the allen screws.
Size Small = MP 18.5-21.5
Size Large = MP 22-25.5
Expandable Liner-The toe area of the liner is constructed of elastic neoprene to comfortably stretch with your child’s growing feet, while keeping them warm like a wetsuit.
Quickfit Liner Technology
Warm-Unlike conventional liners, our 100% foam construction is air tight with reduced seams to retain body heat like a wetsuit.
Light-No heavy plastic parts or fillers. The lightweight foam construction makes your entire boot feel lighter.
Wide Toe-For people with wider feet or prefer a little more wiggle room in the toe area, a thinner foam is used in the front of the liner to increase space without sacrificing control.