Author Topic: Some Basic Thoughts on Good Ski boot Fit  (Read 2225 times)


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Re: Some Basic Thoughts on Good Ski boot Fit
« on: December 30, 2012, 11:49:26 am »'re right on target regarding shell's HUGE. we're all different but with the liner out, I want the sides of my bare fore foot just lightly touching the plastic (not buckled). I also want the heel to feel nice and snug, I don't want any instep pressure, I want the 2 lower buckles with a light push of my fingers to snug up the fit, I want the right stance, correct alignment, I want to feel balanced in my boot, centered over my arches.

I want a bootfitter that knows what I want and how to get there. So even though I'm not certified (maybe certifiable nuts) I know enough because of boot errors in the past from fitters and ski shops alike....what I do know is that I've done things to make my boots perform and fit better for me.

I believe having a basis of knowledge, being able to verbalize what you feel in the boot....all makes for that much closer to getting it right.

« Last Edit: December 30, 2012, 11:50:47 am by Gary »