This is a question for all of you shop owners and fitters. I bought boots last season and was assured the boots would fit fine. I skied only 15 days last season but already the buckles are almost maxed (the fitter moved both cuff buckles in) and my instep buckle is completely maxed. I do not want a boot full of padding and shims. I feel if the boots cannot be fit without all kinds of padding then they should replace the boot. I want to be fair but I also paid full retail plus a fee for a for "professional" fitter. Whats the best approach and what can I expect. Am I off-base here?
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11/30/05 at 10:37am