Yeah, they offered the landlord twice as much as he was paying. So he's moving to one of the stores by the Village Coffee shop, on Folsom, across the street from McGuckins. He opens on September/October some time i believe. Half of the reason i'm coming home from college at thanksgiving is to get some boots from him.
Lots of love, Alex
"I'm telling you its the future... helmet covers are where its at!" - Mr.Bishop
This kid kills it. So does Larry. There isn't one magical bootfitter in CO...there are a ton. I'm not sure what kind of footbed Larry uses, but I think CO Ski and Golf does Super Feet. I know Christy Sports does DFP. I know Larry mainly sells/works on Dalbellos and Fult Tilts...at least he used to.
Colorado Ski and Golf and all SSV owned stores do the partial cork custom footbeds in addition to the superfeet. They are so much better than the superfeet especially if you have unique feet like i do lol. Go anywhere but surefoot and you will probably be fine. Just go somewhere with a fit guarantee, sometimes it takes a few tries to get it right.
Instead of working the shell around to fit your foot, they give you a boot thats a bit larger and pump the liner full of foam. It's nice because on the one hand there is no break in time and you don't lose time to the traditional boot fitting process.
However, if you want performance go for the traditional boot fit. A smaller more properly fitting boot will perform better. Plus the foam Surefoot uses is so much heavier than an intuition liner. They are also like 1400 dollars and up.
Uh no, SF does not put you in a bigger boot, they put you in a shell tat would be appropriate to your foot regardless of the liner. To make the fit better the liner is then injected. I guarantee you that I have a tighter fitting shell than 99% of the people on this site w a SF liner. I prefer a tighter fit which is why I went with this, but their MO is an appropriate fitting shell first.