Don't buy your boots online. You need to try them on before you buy them, and make sure they fit perfectly. Trust me, if you're boots don't fit, it makes skiing hell after a while. Some shops let you demo the boot for a day or so before you buy them, so if you can find a shop that will, definitely do that. A boot that feels comfortable walking around the shop can feel completely different once you're actually skiing.
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Yah I need to find a pair of boots too. I'm never buying guys boots again though, I don't know if any other girls have the same problems as me, but my calfs are so diff. from men I get insane shinbang or shin splints. All the womens pairs I see are like.. for going down greens and blues. Pretty much boots for my mom. Are there any women boots made for the more agressive woman skier? My 1080s kill.
And yah, definitely get your boots at a shop and get them fitted there. I got mine at a shit shop and they didn't fit them, they had to get rid of them, it was their last pair in like August. So yah, I got sold boots which were two sizes too big for me. Go to a trusted ski shop around you.
dalbello womens boots. there are many models designed for women riders who rip and there are some for beginners as well. i'm getting a pair for next season because mine are stiff as hell and they hurt my calves.
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Theres not a big freeskiing market as it is. So ur hardcore womens boots are going to be limited unfortunately. And try not to buy online but if u do try em on in a shop and take them there to be fitted is as best advice as i can give on boots!
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i've got the women's beast and i love them to the max. they're my first non-racing boot so i didn't want something too soft and they are great. they are soft enough for the park, but they're still stiff enough for some all-mtn ripping
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