My first pair of boots I ever tried/bought were some Rossignol course Kevlar kx's, when I was like 12. Well I'm 24 now and my last few times out my old boots just weren't doing it for me. When I was a teenager my calf's were smaller and the boots were awesome for me, now they just have way to many pressure points. So I went out and took my time tried on pretty much every boot the store had in my size to make sure I got the right one. I finally settled on some Tecnica Dragons, they seemed to fit me the best in the store... and they suck. I finally got to actually take them out to try them and my heel moves way way to much. Such a big difference from the store to the mountain. I don't feel like I am controlling the skis at all. So I guess my question is what to do now? What boots are similar to my old one, and I have a narrow heel so what boots work well with that. I know there is no substitution for trying a boot on, but it would be nice to have a starting place rather than wasting my time like I did on my last pair.
Edited by sd500 - 2/20/14 at 6:58pm