From when you take off your ski boots to the moment you put them back on, wear the Apres Bootie 2.0
Why We Chose The Full Tilt Apres Bootie 2.0: Heaven on earth comfort for your feet, hardy Michelin outsole, perfect switch-to option when you’re getting out of your ski boots.
Apres Bootie 2.0 might sound like an NSFW movie sequel you might stumble across in the shadier corners of the world wide web. However, it’s actually a properly comfy, properly cosy, item of casual mountain footwear from the legends at Full Tilt.
“A properly comfy, properly cosy, item of casual mountain footwear”
Elsewhere in the Ski 100, we’ve included the equally excellent Full Tilt Apres Bootie 1.0. Like one of them Pokemon fellas, the 2.0 is essentially the evolution of the 1.0. Both brilliant products, in their own right. Both more than capable of keeping your feet living the life of Riley over the short days and long nights of winter. Both worthy of your attention and admiration.
What You Need To Know
Whether you’re walking your dog round the block, popping out to check the mailbox, scraping ice off the car windscreen, going for a little walk in the woods, lighting up the grill for an out-of-season BBQ, or popping out to the Carrefour to pick up beer, crisps, and other essentials these things have got you covered.
The Full Tilt Apres Bootie 2.0 features a Michelin outsole (yes, as in the tyre people). This helps to give the boots a durable and grippy feeling underfoot. The high cuff with cinch pull has been nicely implemented, and means you can very easily optimise the fit.
Thank the Intuition foam footbed, and the brains at Full Tilt for putting it in, for the first-rate levels of comfort you’ll feel while wearing these. It feels amazing and heat molds to the shape of your feet while being worn. That sound you can hear? It’s your toes purring.
“Your feet will write you letters of love and appreciation”
The Bootie 2.0 comes in ‘Black’ and ‘Sandstorm’, and has been selling like hot cakes. Hunt some down while you still can. Your feet will write you letters of love and appreciation.
Skiers put their feet through a lot. Think long, hard, days wedged into medieval tortue devices known simply, in modern times at least, as ski boots. Why not treat your feet once in a while? Why not put them into something so ludicrously comfortable it’ll make you cry salty tears of joy?