Hello, everyone! I've been skiing for about 10 years now, and I find it the most exhilarating sport. Unfortunately, my father injured his leg a few years ago when he was an alpine climber. Today, he doesn't have an ankle in one of his legs. This prevents him, or makes it far too painful, to insert his foot into a ski boot because of the angle that the foot must go in. I would love to go skiing with him, but obviously, his condition makes it very difficult. Is there a ski boot out there that would make it easier and less painful for him to wear and ski in? Thanks so much!
Question about Ski Boots?
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3 part boots will make getting into the boots better.
Nordica hell and back.
also some of the "touring" boots are very skiable not too, and with the walk mode open will allow getting in/out better
best to find a good boot fitter in your area, and see if they can help