I FINALLY got my Skiing Gear Guide and find the boot section confusing. This years reviews frequently note boot widths in mm. They mention 98mm performance, 92 - 98 mm as typically Race Boots, 95 mm being "World Cup". I've got to assume the width is consistent for a a set length. How can anyone make sense out of any of this? Some people have EE width fat feet while others (like me) have B width low volume feet. What sense does it make for 98mm boots to be high performance and 100mm - 102mm boots to be INTREMEDIATE unless you know the length? Are all people with wide feet INTERMEDIATES and everyone with a narrow foot EXPERT? I can tell you for sure I'm no exepert, but I need a narrow-low volume ski boot. Can anyone make sense out of this?
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8/15/08 at 4:45pm