I have skied since I was a child, and have never had any issues with pain. I had used the same ski boots for the last 15 years (and they were used when I bought them), and this year I decided it was time for new boots. I got new boots, and ever since then, I have had horrible pain in my feet and my thighs when I ski. I even get the pain when I am standing in my skis at home to try to break in my boots. I would consider myself a fairly good skier and have never had an problems before these new boots. Now when I ski, I can only ski groomed runs, and have to take 3-4 breaks on every run because it hurts so much (with my old boots I could ski all day on any runs I wanted) This is ruining my skiing experience this year, and I am having a horrible time. I just wish I could go back to my old trusted ski boots, but I have already gotten rid of them. Please give me some advice.
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2/28/13 at 8:45pm