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Atomic LF90 vs. other brands for widefeet

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I went to a ski shop today. They got my foot size and width. I have wide feet and my last pair of boots a gift from my father were bought 6 years ago. I was just starting to ski and was excited to have my own gear. They were size 28 Salomon elios degree. I have flat arches and wear 2E shoes. My feet would feel ok skiing but as the day went on I would feel pain in the sides of my feet. The worker at the shop recommended Atomic Live Fit 90 size 28.5. He said my last was 104. I was wondering if the Atomic LF 90 is a good boot or if there is something a competitor makes that is comparable or better. I am slo shopping for an affordable boot. I ski the pocono's about 8-10 times a year and go on a Vermont trip for 2 days each year. I ski groomed black diamonds and avoid bumps since I have never learned to ski them and I tore my ACL(playing basketball) 2 years ago. Thank you for any advice on this boot purchase

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Everybody makes a comparable width boot.  I have greater concerns about the 90 flex as I would consider it soft for most men. 

 

Lou

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How much money does it cost to have your boots fitted and adjusted?  Thank you

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