Haven't seen this question discussed.... Not sure if this is just the fake snow I have been skiing on or if i will see this same problem in Colorado.
I bought my first pair of ski boots so i could start to get a little more serious about the sport and be more comfortable. They are Solomon Mission RS 8's, they fit great and so far have been excellent once they are in the skis...
Out of the skis snow sticks to the bottom of these things like nothing I have encountered. Sticks to the bottom and gets so packed that I have to use my ski pole to get the snow off. The snow pack doesn't allow me to get into my bindings...
Usually this doesn't bother me because once I am in the skis I am usually in them for 4 hours without taking them off, but this weekend I took a fall and was stuck on the side of a hill trying to get my skis back on while snow is sticking to the bottom of these boots.
I would finally get snow off one boot and get in the ski, and then try to balance on the one foot and get the snow off the other while trying to get into my other ski.....quite difficult when you are on the side of a hill LOL.
Anybody have tips for me? Is this just an issue with the temperature of the snow or is it the boot itself? Is there anything I can spray on the bottom of the boots to keep this from happening?
Thanks so much for the help!