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post #151 of 165

It's already posted on the "Ask the Boot Guys" forum, the "Who's Who."

post #152 of 165
I thought that was just Epic guys? I think this guy wants a complete list without searching the thread.
post #153 of 165
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Originally Posted by sibhusky View Post

I thought that was just Epic guys? I think this guy wants a complete list without searching the thread.

You're right, it is just those active on Epic.  There's also America's Best Bootfitters and Masterfit University may have a list of people who's attended their classes.  

 

If he just told us where he is, someone will recommend a fitter.

post #154 of 165
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Originally Posted by mtcyclist View Post
 

You're right, it is just those active on Epic.  There's also America's Best Bootfitters and Masterfit University may have a list of people who's attended their classes.  

 

If he just told us where he is, someone will recommend a fitter.


The profile says Loo-ville.

post #155 of 165

Probably the closest on the list is in South Carolina.

post #156 of 165

actually closest is Viking ski shop in Chicago.   appreciate the comments.

 

Len

post #157 of 165

30 years of bootfitting. Referrals from skiers who drive hours to get their boots fit properly.

Building footbeds for skiers, snowboarders and hockey players.

 1 bad review from a customer that refused to listen to reason, facts or suggestions. YES, I can live with that.

We are all happier if you buy the wrong boots from some one else, so we don't sell anyone the wrong boot.

Simple truths.  WORD.

post #158 of 165

I need a recommendation for a boot fitter at Killington, thanks

post #159 of 165
abaker, go to Peak Performance, right side of Killington Rd up toward the resort. They're solid, deal with a lot of racers, so are sensitive to really dialing in the fit, canting, custom insoles, all the bells and whistles. They've dealt nicely with my weirdly shaped feet for years now. Another good fitter is at Northern Ski Works, other side of the road down a bit near the market. They carry some different brands than PP. Both will be welcoming about afternoon tweaks to the fit after you've been on the slopes, which I think is key.
post #160 of 165

thank you on both recommendations. 

post #161 of 165
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Originally Posted by abaker View Post
 

thank you on both recommendations. 


Make an appointment, though. A good boot fitter will take time — that means he or she won't have much available!

post #162 of 165

I updated my info in the other list.

 

Now working for myself

 

Skid Couture

Basement of the Hostel, Teton Village


Edited by Skiing-in-Jackson - 12/14/16 at 2:43pm
post #163 of 165
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Originally Posted by Skiing-in-Jackson View Post

I updated my info in the other list.

Now working for myself

Skid Ciuture
Basement of the Hostel, Teton Village

Ya got that spelled right ????
post #164 of 165

Thanks!  Sister Martin Joseph always said I was poor speller!

post #165 of 165

Thank you again

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