Yes and No....
Usually the ski shop has some kind off heater, which means the temperature in the store about 65+ F
The boots would behave differently (feet and flex) in temperatures 65 F and 20 F on the slopes.
So, unless the boot is totally wrong (pressure, small, etc) I would not be able to tell if that is the ONE.
Until I'll try it on the slope for a day or two. But that would mean ... I already bought it :)
and then, I would have to work with bootfeeter to make it work... right?
So, does this eliminate all the decision points and problems? Just choose the correct size and for the rest bootfeeter would make it right (stretch it, squeeze it, and what ever to make it ultimate on your feet)?
I am probably wrong with all of the above, but that is the impression I am getting that no matter which boot, as long as it is the correct size, the rest could be done.
I am sorry in advance if I offended anyone... that was not an intention.
I am just in confused stage, I have tried few 4-buckled boots in the shop and they all feet reasonably good in the store and flexed easily even 130 Lange XT boot (much easier flexing than my Tecnica 100 boot, no idea why)