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One foot doesn't fit right in boot?
When I first starting skiing about 2 years ago, I bought used Rossi boots off this kid from my school. I realized that my right foot was always squished up near the outside ball of my foot and always cramped. I assumed it was the boot being fit to this kids foot and my foot was just shaped differently. When I got brand new FT's I started to realize that my right foot still was cramped in my boot, even when my left foot was fine. Has anybody else ever felt this? Does having boots heat set to your feet help cure this problems?
this winter was worse than felice
Everybody has one foot slightly longer then the other. It can be anywhere from 1 to 5 mm longer.
I went to a boot fitter and they are wizards, so problem solved.
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so your one foot is wider than the other?
that's an easy one. give it to your boot fitter for a little width enhancement.
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