I have had a pair of Dolomite Pros and love them to death except that when they get cold on the way to the slopes they get almost impossible to enter. Seems the hang up is at the angle formed where the shin connects to the top of the foot. Can you cut a couple of slits in the boot in that area to make it give a little and hence able to enter? Now I have a 'boot chute' that works well, only when the boots have softened up---even having my wife pull on the tongue doesn't work. I don't think boots should be that hard to enter---my problem is that I have a very narrow foot and the only way to get a snug fit is to go with a racing/semi-racing shell. Can anyone help???? Thanks, Mike B.
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3/6/09 at 12:05pm