I am in the market for new ski boots. Now before anyone screams "get fitted" I have and salomon fits my foot best. I am looking for a boot thats good in the park, but i also need it to be precise enough for me to be teaching skiing in. Like I dont want it to be too sloppy. Would the spk be ok? maybe the pro since its stiffer. Thanks NS
un-fucking-believable. has this issue not been put to rest yet? go try some boots on. The SPK and the Foil do not fit the same at all. Neither does the x-wave or the gun. Saying you have a salomon fitting foot means nothing. the different styles of their boots fit differently. GO TRY THEM ON. And if you cant, well then find some boots that you can try on and that fit good and then buy them.
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^hes asking not about buying boots online, hes asking about certain types of boots and how they perform, im assuming that when he goes to get em, he'll have his options and get the ones that fit at his local shop...
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