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Doing some impromptu at-home boot work

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I have a pretty severe alignment issue with my right foot and was thinking of messing around with putting a wedge in my boot to see if I like the results.  Ultimately I need to see a boot fitter to get the soles ground, but in the mean time I think I want to see if I can come up with a temporary fix.  Any ideas what kind of material to use? 

 

I have a pretty nasty pronation (is that the right word) that puts my right ski on my inside edge when trying to ski a flat ski.  Can do 1 footed skiing on the left but have to do some serious compensating to do it with the right ski. 

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Do you have custom insoles to control your pronation?

 

mike

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You can certainly mess around with putting a wedge in your boots to see the results, but there is substantially more to proper boot fit and alignment than the approach you are taking.

 

Lou

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