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  1. #151
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    Hockey skates were a bitch to break in growing up, could only wear certain brands and ski boots have always been an adventure - any recs for a dedicated inbounds boot?

  2. #152
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    Quote Originally Posted by gregL View Post
    I don't think the 100mm Lange RX is a bad recommendation - if they still are not wide enough, punch them more (or find another bootfitter) - 117mm is wide but my foot is also 117mm and I'm in a LV 26.5 (three pairs) . . . as for instep (worse on the left, I assume) it's a combination of thinner footbed, thinner bootboard, heat punch the instep area with some sort of wedge (depending on what the fitter has at their disposal), cutting out elastic and vinyl on liner, compressing tongue foam, etc.

    Atomic Hawx Prime or Salomon S/Pro could also be a possibility.

    Could you post left and right views of your foot as well?
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    Its the right foot with the instep pressure. Probably from my foot being squeezed. Would you say the 28.5 is good or should I go 29.5?
    I added a third picture to show the width behind my sixth to area that runs almost all the way to my heel.




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  3. #153
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    Sorry to drop tech gloom, but I keep getting stuck not being able to enter my State when creating an account. I have reloaded the app already and still no go.

    Wondering if I should try making my profile on the website first?

    Using an iPhone. Anyone else run into this and found a solution?
    "Let's be careful out there."

  4. #154
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    Quote Originally Posted by slowroastin View Post
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    Its the right foot with the instep pressure. Probably from my foot being squeezed. Would you say the 28.5 is good or should I go 29.5?
    I added a third picture to show the width behind my sixth to area that runs almost all the way to my heel.
    Unfortunately I can't see the shape of your forefoot very well in these views (my commercial account lets me rotate to get a direct top view but you can't do it on your phone), but assuming you have a normal distribution of toe pressure at the front of the boot, have a good footbed, and good retention at the ankle, I would hold out for 28.5. The extra width running all the way back past the styloid process can be achieved by punching.

  5. #155
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    Not sure if its been said yet but Fischer also has an app for scanning feet. It only shows a 3d image of my left foot, but gives measurements for length, ball width, instep height, navicular height, and heel width for both feet.

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