When I go in to get boots fitted, what will the fitter do assuming he is a good boot fitter. As in the maximum amount of adjustments that he could do for any given person, you know what I mean? How can i tell if someone is a good bootfitter? I guess basically what i'm asking is what are all of the adjustments that they make when fitting a boot. Also, what makes people have to come back to see them during the season adjustment-wise?
If you are a certified boot fitter (almost everyone on NS claims to be) make sure you post that in your comment.
And lastly, I live in Littelton, CO. does anyone know of a truly legit boot fitter in that area. I'm willing to drive relatively far, as in like an hour
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