The Rumour Women's Ski Boots from Full Tilt are packed with features that make them both comfortable and responsive. The boot will compliment your skiing whether you're charging fast on-piste, getting deep in the powder or lapping the park. The Rumour is a narrow-to-medium fitting women's ski boot, so if you have wider feet check out the Plush range.
The rubber heel on the ski boot gives you more grip when walking around resort while the Intuition heat mouldable liner, with minimal stitching, makes these boots super warm. Like all Full Tilt boots, the Rumor is built around a 3-piece shell design which features a progressive flexing tongue; the free-floating tongue gives a softer flex at the top of the movement, becoming stiffer as the boot is compressed more. The result; a mellow boot to cruise in on piste and a stiffer boot for when you're skiing aggressively.
The use of cables rather than buckles also adds to the smooth flex and helps with rebound by having minimal impact on the flex of the boot. The way the tongue attaches to the boot means it can be opened fully forward giving you plenty of space to get your foot into the liner.
All Full Tilt boots are designed with interchangeable tongues so you can tailor the flex of the boot by using a softer or stiffer flexing tongue (sold separately). They also feature interchangeable cables (also sold separately) in varying lengths; this allows you to fine-tune the tightness of your boot to suit the shape of your leg and foot.
The shell has a 3-position forward lean adjustment which allows you to adjust the cuff for freestyle, piste or freeride skiing alike. The all new buckles and cables are designed to be more durable and comfortable to use by spreading pressure evenly across the tongue channels.
The Intuition liners are fully heat mouldable so they can be heated to offer quick-fit customisation or moulded naturally to your feet by wearing the boot for a few hours a day over the course of a week. We'd always suggest the latter; whilst it takes a little longer for the liner to take the shape of your foot the result is a much more accurate mould.
Not sure about which ski boots to choose? Check out our Ski Boot Buying Guide for a full rundown.