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Custom Boot Fitting and Footbeds

Maximize Comfort & Performance

Our expert boot fitters can customize your boot fit to solve any comfort, performance, and alignment problems.  Using the latest in boot fitting technology, a new level of skiing comfort and performance can be achieved.  We have a combined 25 years of custom boot fitting experience servicing recreational to professional athletes.  Our method of fitting involves finding out the exact needs of a boot fit for each customer before recommending any product.

Ski Boot Fitting

Boot Fit Guarantee

Boot fitting is all about customer experience and the results.  It is important for our clients to feel comfortable with their boots.  If our recommended fit does not meet your needs for any reason, we will work on the boots until they fit correctly, or find a suitable replacement.

Sidas 3D Scanner

We utilize a full complement of Sidas fitting tools to offer the most comprehensive boot purchasing experience in New England.  The analysis process determines your foots exact needs to achieve the best performing fit profile.  This allows us to curate the best fit selection using over 25 separate data points.  Check out this video to see some of the cutting edge technology that we use.

Proper Fit

It’s not only the size of the boots that matter when determining a proper fit.  The width of the toe box (known as the “last”), the forward flex of the boot, the room in the instep and the shape and height of the cuff are all equally important.


Last refers to the width of the plastic shell at the toe area known as the “toe box”. This corresponds to the width of the forefoot. 

Narrow feet typically are better suited to a narrow lasted boot while a wide foot fits better in a wide lasted boot. 

Some boots are even made to accommodate extra wide feet with special expanding materials built into the shell at the widest point of the foot. 

Below is a general guideline to Lasts however, they differ depending on the boot, whether it's a men's or ladies boot and the manufacturers interpretation of last.


97mm / 98mm




101mm / 102mm / 103mm / 104mm


The flex rating of a ski boot corresponds to the degree of forward movement that the boot will yield when the skier bends the knees and applies pressure when turning. Generally, the more aggressive the skier the stiffer the flex should be to support the force applied when skiing fast. 

The skier’s weight, height and the range of motion of the foot can also be factored in when choosing the flex of the boot.

Flex Rating

Intermediate - AdvancedExpert - Race
60-8085-110120 +
Soft MediumStiff

Sidas 3D Fit Analysis$35 (Credited toward purchase of any recommended boot)

Footbeds and LinersPrice
Custom FootbedsStarts at $180
Custom Foamed Liners (with foamed tongue)
Starts at $400
Shell ServicesPrice
Boot Fit Analysis$35
Shell ShapingStarts at $25 per spot
Shell GrindingStarts at $30 per square inch
Toe Punch$40
Race ServicePrice
Complete Race FitStarting at $250
CantingStarts at $150

Boot Fitting is by Appointment Only

Please Schedule your appointment on the schedule below

Put Your Best Foot Forward

Ready to find the boots that will support you through all of your winter adventures? We have an excellent selection from top brands, and we're here to ensure that your boots are the perfect fit. Shop online and pickup your items for free on your next visit.