Getting a Good Ski Boot Fit
Key to your skiing comfort and performance are proper fitting ski boots.
Mid-entry or overlap boots typical have features suited for the intermediate or advanced level skier. Rear-entry boots are easier to put on, but normally lack performance and fit. Boots with a stiff outer shell and a soft inner boot, which insulates your feet, can both of which be heat treated to customize the fit. Wear the socks you wear skiing. If you use foot warmers, try the boots with foot warmers in place. Spend the time shopping for the perfect fit in your price range. Ski boots can cost up to hundreds of dollars.
Skiing is an inherently dangerous activity that can result in serious injury. We recommend that you seek proper training and equipment before attempting this activity.