The main designer and designer, who basically made the appearance of Full Tilt, was Al Gross. He worked for the NASA organization in the 1960s and 1970s, which peaked with the preparation of cosmonaut suits for the first mission on the Moon. But later, Gross broke up with NASA and began to devote himself to other areas. He met Eric Giese, who owned a developer and Grosse employed. Giese was a great skiing enthusiast and hence used Gross's technology for ski boots that are popular among skiers to this day. The technology consists of a three-piece construction that allows for perfect mobility and perfect ski handling. Full Tilt also produces apparel that you can find here and you can buy.