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So I got fitted with some Full Tilts (hot doggers). I have an extremely narrow foot and ankle so I'm confident they are the right boot for me.
I also have a 'Sole' Insole in them and the boot got molded with that inside. It felt ok in the shop with the insole in. However, when I click in to my skis I feel too 'far' from the from the ski itself with the thick liner and the insole. The best parallel I can draw is to skateboarding in a shoe with a very thick sole, no board feel. I don't feel comfortable with how little I feel the ski.
When I take the insole out, that sensation goes away. I know lots of people rock the Full Tilt with no insole, but should I go and get my Liner remolded without the insole in or will the liner adjust naturally if i wear the boot a lot?
there's a certain point where it neither looks good nor functions properly...that's when you know you look steezy - no_steeze
I'd ski them a few times and see how they feel. Then make a decision. All boots take a few sessions to break in.
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