I just bought these Vintage Scott Ski Boots and I was wondering if any of you could size them for me.
If you're still w/o an answer to your sizing query, measure the sole of the boot. If under 11 3/4", it's a "small" shell. This would be a sizing from approx., a 5 or 6 to a size 9. If it's 11 3/4 " it's a medium shell. I can tell from the pic that it's definitely not a large shell.
The interior of these boots came with a variety of closed cell foam linings that were designed to accomodate various foot sizes. These linings could then be trimmed and/or custom modified to the idiosyncrasies of your feet.
On the back on the upper portion of the boot there will be a either an A or a B. This indicates what size the upper is. Big calves = a B, smaller calves = an A.
I trust this helps.
Little late answer. I had a pair off these boots in the 80th . Best boot ever . I have tried lot off boots after this but never found anything like this.
They are very narrow in with , I have Eur 42 (8)in size but I hade to have 43 (9). The inner shoe You could mold as You wish .
Then there was a lot off plastic pieces to put under the inner shoe to get the right fit too.
But what I liked was the ease to change angle and flex. And I always where barefooted , so warm was the inner shoe.
The down side...Uggly as hell and the hard plastic broke easily around the buckle.
If Scott would would build these again in modern material I would by theme again.