I'm an occasional skiier and in the market for a new pair of boots about a size larger than my old ones (regular running does that). The problem is that my skis and bindings are in good shape, lots of use left before they need to be replaced. But I'm told that if I get larger boots the bindings will have to be adjusted, which will be a problem since they are about five years old, and considered "obsolete" by ski techs who wouldn't touch them for liability reasons. So, does this mean new boots mean new bindings, more expense? I don't want to get into it for any more money if the bindings are still good. Thanks!
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1/28/05 at 9:08pm