hey guys so I’ve been trying all kinds of boots for the past 5 years and getting them fitted etc but none ever fit my foot just right. So what’s the best company to get custom built ski boots? Preferably in slc area.
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lars.02My foot is 122mm wide😂
mystery3What shell size?
mystery3Yeah, that's on the wide side...I was going to say in a 32 shell or something it's not that wide, but 27.5 dayum. Have you thought about swimming instead of skiing?
lars.02hey guys so I’ve been trying all kinds of boots for the past 5 years and getting them fitted etc but none ever fit my foot just right. So what’s the best company to get custom built ski boots? Preferably in slc area.
-eREKTion-122mm wide? I'd recommend full amputation and the fitting of prosthetic full tilts.
CatdickBojanglesWait 122mm? You've gotta upload a pic as proof.
lars.02I’ve been thinking about going to daleboot or surefoot. Which one is the best?
TurnfarmerMany good fitter options mentioned. Daleboot's three piece style shell may provide the closest flex to a full tilt if that's what you are looking for. For two piece shells, the Atomic Hawx Magna should be on your shortlist. Of all the boots in the shop I work part time at, it's by far the widest with a high instep roof.
TurnfarmerMagna at 102 feels wider than 106 Tecnica we carry. Instep feels higher too. It's just a start though, he's obviously going to need punches.
Again, find the right fitter.
If your instep is really disproportional to the foots length you may need to follow this protocol-