My left leg is a full 2 cm shorter than my right from a wicked break some years ago. Only recently have my doctors messed around with giving me a heel lift in my everyday shoes. To say that skiing has been a challenge in recent years with two different length legs is probably putting it mildly.
Anyway, these cats initially gave me a heel lift of just over a quarter inch. The difference that it has made in my balance and walking around/standing is already pretty incredible. Is this something most good bootfitters could duplicate for me in a boot? I'm hoping to to raise the footbed in a boot by that amount front to back (as opposed to just a heel lift) so that I don't have to deal with the front of my foot sweeping downward as it gets to the toe.
Does this make any sense? I think my (relatively) local boot expert is Shon at the Boot Pro at Okemo. It's about an hour and a half from me. Thanks in advance for any info/comments.