ski2626262622681Is there any short term fix I can do in the meantime, as I might not be able to get boots till enext season
you need to try and lock the heels down and make the boots as tight as you can, I guess...
first, make the boots tighter.. I'd get something dense, flexible and flat.. like a sheet of rubber or cork like what you can find at a hobby store. at least 5mm thick, cut it to the shape of the underside of your footbed that is in the boot, and stick it in the liner under your footbed. if this isn't feasible, then you can pull out your bootboard, and cut it to the same shape, and set it on top of the boot board under your liner. This will hopefully
tighten up the boot a bit.
Then, youre going to need to tighten up the heels as much as possible, which is going to be hard to explain the way I'd normally do it, but you can always cut out two donut shapes of the flexible/flat material above, and adhere them in place around your anklebones on the outside of the boot's liner. This might
tighten up the heels of the boot and prevent them from coming up as much.
Ultimately, its not going to necessarily fix everything, but those are some quick and dirty methods of tightening up your ski boots in a pinch...