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  1. #1
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    Need boot fitter in the SLC area

    As the title suggests, I am in the need of a good boot fitter in the SLC/ northern Utah area. Does anyone know of a few good shops I should check out?

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    Good thread idea....this topic has never been covered before.

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    Go see O.C. at Inkline on 33rd. Then SEARCH.
    "... when I turn, I just hope it hits me in the face."--Shroder Baker/Under the Influence

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    I also like The Sport Loft on Highland Dr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YetiMan View Post
    Good thread idea....this topic has never been covered before.
    definitely hasn't been covered before...

    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/s...op-tech-in-SLC

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    Last edited by hoarhey; 10-23-2011 at 09:15 PM.
    Aggressive in my own mind

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    Prayforsnoww, Sports Authority Snigrab has all the best bootfitters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARpowhound View Post
    Go see O.C. at Inkline on 33rd. Then SEARCH.
    In all seriousness I'm just going to sound these guys again, Inkline Foot Science, Bootsie is the man, can't go wrong with O.C. either

    http://inklinefootscience.com/
    If you can't dig it, you ain't got no shovel

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    Quote Originally Posted by ARpowhound View Post
    Go see O.C. at Inkline on 33rd. Then SEARCH.
    this.....
    There's nothing better than sliding down snow... flying through the air.

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    Thanks for the help guys, looks like I'll be giving Inkline and the Sport Loft a call today.

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    Cole Sport in Park City,worth the drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StopMakingSense View Post
    In all seriousness I'm just going to sound these guys again, Inkline Foot Science, Bootsie is the man, can't go wrong with O.C. either

    http://inklinefootscience.com/
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    ski on in eternal peace

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    Sport Loft did a fantastic job with mine.
    All I know is that I don't know nothin'... and that's fine.

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    I've been to Sports Loft, great place. Jeremy and Earl? set me up pretty good.

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    John Feig. Canyon sports physical therapy. He is where people get sent tonwhen the other boot fitters can't solve complex issues. He is a pt with a special Interest in biomechanics and a passion for boot fitting. if you have straightvforward issues you might want to go somewhere that sells boots and bootfits; otherwise consider John. He is VERY knowledgeable.
    No matter where you go, there you are. - BB

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinipenem View Post
    John Feig. Canyon sports physical therapy. He is where people get sent tonwhen the other boot fitters can't solve complex issues. He is a pt with a special Interest in biomechanics and a passion for boot fitting. if you have straightvforward issues you might want to go somewhere that sells boots and bootfits; otherwise consider John. He is VERY knowledgeable.
    Jeremy and I were actually talking about Feig while he was fitting my boots. I saw Feig at the Alta clinic when I tore my ACL a few years back and he gave me boot recommendations. FWIW, Jeremy arrived at the same general conclusion about what boots are right for me. The dude knows his stuff. All future boot business I have will be at Sport Loft.
    All I know is that I don't know nothin'... and that's fine.

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    Does anyone know if inkline has tech compatible boots that they fit? Or wheres the best place to get that done? I know sport loft has dynafit and technica.

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    I know they can help with fitting them, dont know if they are carrying tech boots this year. The worst case I'd go in there and talk to them and see what they recommend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLOWhERPOW View Post
    Does anyone know if inkline has tech compatible boots that they fit? Or wheres the best place to get that done? I know sport loft has dynafit and technica.
    Last time I was in INKLINE they didn't have ANY shells (boots); alpine or touring.

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    Sports Loft just fit me into some Cochise.....VERY happy with their service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoat View Post
    Last time I was in INKLINE they didn't have ANY shells (boots); alpine or touring.
    Then go back and you'll notice that they have alpine boots, omg!!

    Just got fitted for some RX 130's with footbeds, killlller service from Bootsie
    If you can't dig it, you ain't got no shovel

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    I've had good luck with Cole's in PC, and Bootsie at Inkline just made me some footbeds and I am a happy camper. He did a great job and knows his shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeepHelmet View Post
    I've had good luck with Cole's in PC, and Bootsie at Inkline just made me some footbeds and I am a happy camper. He did a great job and knows his shit.
    YEAAH
    If you can't dig it, you ain't got no shovel

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    Yup. Go see Chris at Inkline on 33rd south. Tell him Andy F. sent you.

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    Another plug for O.C. at Inkline.

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