The new Plush 6 is the replacement of the former Mary Jane and takes up the top stiffness spot in Full Tilt's wide-last women's line. The boot is completely new, and testers loved the wide but anatomically contoured fit in the lower boot and applauded the well cushioned tongue that distributed pressure along the shin nicely.
The Plush, like the rest of the Full Tilt gang, runs shorter than most, which had many testers considering stepping up one size to gain toe room and also a bit more width and a taller fit against the lower leg, which testers said was a bit lower than average for the category.
The flex feel is well, plush, and long travel. So long, that our testers thought they were dropping a knee to make a tele turn at times. In its present form the Plush 6 is for lighter weight or less aggressive skiers, but with a stiffer aftermarket tongue this could be an all-mountain option for thick-footed rippers.
The light feel underfoot, warmth and supreme ease on and off impressed our test team, and for the right skier, this could be their dream boot, and perhaps a firmer flexing version will show up down the road.