October is about to arrive and if the pegs you lost last season came back, they would have done so already. Now that your feet have healed, it’s time to think about how to care for the next season. After all, there are millions of steps to earn these curves for descendants. A good fit is a key element for your comfort and future success on ski boots.

I remember dancing in the shop when I first wore the Dynafit TLT5 and worked all day in boots. I would take the bus to and from the ski without being accompanied by another pair of boots. Eventually, I should be aware of the slight friction that pulled a small clone of myself out of my ankle bone in a season of irresponsible neglect. This clone is a big obstacle to the suitability of the new Ski boots I’m skiing these days.

Understand how a walking boot should fit;

There are so many (best practices) for wearing a walking boot. I worked as an alpine shoemaker before moving on to boots and, wow, the first year was a learning experience. The world of holiday footwear is a downhill performance. Conversely, touring skiers do not like to rigidly lower their legs into a hard plastic shell. Different paths are required between mounting methods.

A ski shop usually uses a primitive practice to adjust the scale if a ski boot manufacturer’s X-ray vision doesn’t work on the day of the visit. Appetizers usually use an adjustable stick, but if you try this at home and you’re not that tall, use two fingers stacked on top of each other or around. 2 cm in the room. This length drops to 1cm for performance-oriented adaptations or nearly as much as a skier can handle.

The life of the comfortable ride is very different and gives a full fit of 2 cm or in some cases a little more. But be warned, too large a boot (much more than two fingers) will cause friction and potential blisters. I always adjust my walking boots as tightly as my old 130 flex hiking shoes, which have not been used for many years. You can get a compact, comfortable performance and a roomier, more responsive boot, but expect to spend more time composing.

Adjust your Ski boots to fit your feet;

Ski boots are no longer tailor-made for the rich and famous. The shoe consists of three components that can be easily adjusted to enjoy ski touring.


Almost all brands have their own thermoformed liner, although some certainly work better than others. Sometimes improving these coatings comes at the expense of an instant fit. The first time you try on boots in the store remembers that these are the most comfortable boots out there. Ski Boots have a natural break even without thermoforming, but good thermoforming can save you exciting days in the mountains. Not only do the toe caps provide more space than necessary.


Some brands like Salomon, Atomic, and Tecnica, and others are now following thermal trays. The space you get by pulling your entire torso is great, but I would only recommend it for skiers with very difficult legs to adjust. It’s a one-way street: a room can be created but not deleted. This can be a good option when lowering your ski boots, but if your boots are already feeling nice, try skipping a few days before going through an irreversible process.


Leveling these up can be a necessary maneuver to adjust your boots. Personalized medical orthotics can cost over $ 300, but there are some great over-the-counter products like Sole or Superfeet that cost as little as $ 30-50, and you can get them with a little customization most of the time.

Take a 1 to 2-hour drive

Told by someone who did irreparable damage to my feet, it’s great. My ambition and my free-kicks have already overtaken me and all the pain disappears from the uncomfortable plastic shoes as the summit approaches. If you go out for an hour, the negative points in the form of blisters or bone conflicts can be dealt with quickly. If you’re on tour for six hours, you can go back all season. Resist the temptation on your first or second day!

Prevention and treatment of blisters;

You have taken steps to fit a proper boot, but blisters still appear. After all, you take thousands of steps in a row that would sound like torture in the driest months of the year. An important part of ski touring is a pair of socks made of breathable and breathable material. Less fabric reduces the risk of chafing and rubbing on a ball and controls temperature more easily.

 Dealing with bubbles on the field isn’t very appropriate, but if you can at least get through the rest of the run and clean up better as you step on, you’re doing more than just letting go. And if you couldn’t plan, remove the tape. If you’re wearing new boots and you know you already have hot spots, fix those spots before you put your socks on and start your journey.

Pro Tip: Scarpa Aliens has huge sculpted heel pockets that are good for performance but can be overwhelming for blisters. Once you know this is a problem, always save it as a precaution!

Put on or put on walking shoes

With a simple start-up comfort mechanism, it’s time to start working. Talk to any friend who spends a hundred days in the season in boots, and you can bet he did a magical act. Melting points can be smooth and the lighter the shell, the thinner the plastic. 

Pro Tip: Tuned-style walking shoes often cause the inner ankle shell (inside the ankle bones) to fall off when you press the plastic.

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First of all, remember that fitting walking shoes are a process. We ask many of our feet to cover the distance in adverse conditions, but you can do a lot to make them comfortable. In the end, adjusting the Ski boots is the last thing you think about in the final steps to the top, before you tear the skins and the great happiness of the offspring will overcome you.


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