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  1. #26
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    Also looks as if he has been trying to stick his foot into pointed toe shoes or boots or maybe women's high heels (nttiawwt). No bug would be able to crawl into a corner and be safe from a foot like that.

  2. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Hubbs View Post
    I really wish I took a photo of his feet. But he was so shy/reluctant/embarrassed to take his socks off for a fitting, I felt really bad for him.
    I ended up putting him in Atomic Live Fit (2012) with a grind on 1st met and a punch/stretch on the mid lateral side almost past his cuboid.
    To break the ice my boot fitter makes me a drink at the beginning of the appointment.

    Edit to add a pic of the Fischer Scan Fit app. I was surprised how close this app was to the scan I had done at my fitter. The length and width of both feet is accurate. Not bad since itís done with 3 pics per foot. Click image for larger version. 

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  3. #28
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    I didnt know the Fischer Scan Fit app was a thing. Just downloaded it.


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  4. #29
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    Apologies if I'm too late to the party but have similar issues and the advice my boot fitter - the only one that I've ever had success with - was the same

    Scott Cosmos for touring

    Dalbello Lupo Ax HD for 50.50 - on the basis that it can be punched, ground and generally abused to make it fit

    (They don't so liners tho, they'll use a zip fit or intuition liner in a shell)

    I asked them about FT Ascendants and they have me a funny look but did not elucidate why

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  5. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddraver View Post

    I asked them about FT Ascendants and they have me a funny look but did not elucidate why
    I found the FT Ascendants to be pretty heavy for touring specific boot

  6. #31
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    Indeed - I would consider them as my "Resort-skiing-with-short-tours-and-bootpacks" boots (a.k.a a downhill boot that would fit may various bindings), I'm in the market as my old ones have died

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