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  1. Another fine option that I was able to get to fit...

    Another fine option that I was able to get to fit me with little drama.

    Only one lift day and about 1,000 ft. of skinning it it due to COVID. Not the greatest walk mode, but the R3 is one of the...
  2. "Lotta shitty bootfitters out there too." ...

    "Lotta shitty bootfitters out there too."

    Becoming a bootfitter is like becoming a parent. There's no test, no license, and some prove to be better than others.
  3. If you're in an alpine boot with a BSL of 315mm,...

    If you're in an alpine boot with a BSL of 315mm, it is most probably a 27/27.5 shell, not a 28/28.5 shell.

    When I stood on the Sidas machine, it said I should be in a 27.5 with a 122mm last, and...
  4. You should ask yourself if you're in the right...

    You should ask yourself if you're in the right size boot. I also wear a 10-10.5 US street shoe, and all my ski boots are 26/26.5 . . . met heads are the bony points at the base of the big and pinky...
  5. I wear a 26.5, which is the reference size for...

    I wear a 26.5, which is the reference size for almost all last widths; left foot is 104mm across the metatarsals, right foot is 110mm (large bunion at the 1st met), average instep. I've made the Zero...
  6. The Scott Cosmos III is the widest out of the box...

    The Scott Cosmos III is the widest out of the box at 103mm, but a reasonably skilled bootfitter can make any boot mentioned in this thread 105mm wide.

    Adjusting for a tall instep is a bit more...
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