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Getting a boot fitted right
I do mostly all mountain and a bit of park. my boots are old over 10 years now (but were top of the line at the time 700.00 boots I got a wicked deal on) and do not fit me right anymore
my biggest issue is getitng them on is a pain in the butt
I have fairly large calves (over 18 inches each) and these boots only really fit me on the last notch or 2 of top 2 buckles
usually end up with really sore calves and even bruises cause they pinch if I go out for a few hours for multiple days in a row.
I've read you need a properly fitted boot and you should go see a boot fitter cause they can tweak the fit is A1 the place to go around NS for this service ?
A1 for sure dude.
Craig Crocker is the shit.
DOnt look for the deal of a lifetime - buy the boot that fits you best, it is the most important part of gear. stretch your calves after skiing everytime - your shinsplits will go away IF you do it.
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