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fischer ski boots

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 Fischer  ski boots say  that the feet are retained in a natural v position ,as a result knees and ankles are no longer twisted.
Would having your canting checked in these type of boots and change say by sole planning conflict with the principle of how these type of boots work?
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nope,   fischer (and some nordicas) are ducked out

footbeds, upper cuff alignment, and boot planning all do different things, and / but effect eachother ....
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