Anyways. I got a decent pair of Solomon boots, they were given to me, they fit okay, better in some places than others. I don't ski as much as a lot of people on here, but I don't envision myself growing larger feet anytime soon as well.
I wear a regular pair of socks and some heavier socks to take up some of the space in the boots, they are not fitted boots. I think they might be a bit to tight in the ankles, not sure, I'm not expert. I watched the video on boot fitting and learned a bit on what goes on, and I cannot really "roll" my ankles that I can tell as he was explaining in the video here on EpicSki.
Will a fitted pair of boots benefit me any with my casual skiing?
I got a good set of ski's, but my boots are old. They work, I get down the hill and am happy most of the time with my skiing, well, to the best I can ski currently with my knee's.
So, would it be worth it to get fitted for some boots? I'm thinking that it will help improve my control and comfortability in the boots as well.
Some have told me to stick with these boots cause I do not ski that much, but I'd like to be happy when I put these suckers on. I don't feel they are too large for me. I actually have bigger feet than the person that I got them from.
Not that I really need to spend any more money on ski equipment, but, Just thinking about how I can improve my stability on my ski's and gain some more control. I don't quite have all the knee movement that I had previously and need to make sure I make the ski's do the work, not throwing my weight around.