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Ski boots a bit big
I dont want to go off buy another pair of boots i was thinking of using insoles to help fit.
Would this work?
The worst problem to have in a ski boot is a boot that is too big. There is no great fix- boot fitters expand boots, not shrink them. The proper insole will make your foot shorter, actually creating MORE room in the boot. Your best bet is to get a good footbed (it will at least hold your foot in place), have a boot-fitter put some volume shims under your liner, and then he should pad your liner, around the ankle and heel area.
This will probably at least run you about $100, depending on what kind of footbeds you get. And like I said, it wont fix the problem. The only real solution is to get new boots.
double socks maybe ? haha idk man you can try super feet or something that will close up some space
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I had this same problem, I was sold too big of a boot and by the time I figured it out it was too late. So I went to the craft store and got some foam padding and cut it up and put a little in my toe box of my boot. So now my toes are more comfortable in the ends.
I just went to the ski shop and got me a pair of new insoles for my boots. They feel great now.
thanks for the help
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