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Heading to SLC for boot fitting april - opinion on boots they offer please???

post #1 of 4
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I am travelling from scotland for 8 days skiing. so thinking about not taking my current boots and just getting a fitting in the morning of my first days skiing - the shop says they can fit me at 8am so can head straight to ski after... the boots they offer that fit what i want are -

 

Salomon-X3 120 CS 

Tecnica Bodacious

Rossignol Experience 130

Full Tilt First Chair

 

looking for light boots but still boots that allow good on and off piste performance with some park thrown in... i have always used a race boot but coming away from that area now... 

 

just wondering comparisons of these boots from fit to what they ski like... from reading reviews and previous experience i am hoping the Full tilt or Bodacious boot fit me the best.

post #2 of 4

No idea whether any of these boots fit you because we can't see your foot and boots are all about fit and not cool names.  That said in the SLC area there are several boot fitting shops of no value and one or two that are worthwhile.  I'd try Steve Bagley on the plaza in Snowbird.

 

 

Lou

post #3 of 4
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so you would only recommend there from your experience??? i actually emailed there with no reply...

 

oh yes i fully understand the citing process but was thinking more what the differences in the boots are from fit to perfomrance...

post #4 of 4

Steve may not have the most advanced computer skills but he is a good fitter.

 

Lou

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