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New boots or just new insoles and perhaps liners?

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I have a pair of Rossignol Bandit B14's, which I had custom fitted at Profeet in London 8 years ago. They have served me fantastically... until last week, where I started getting some rubbing, sore forefeet and my heels were not stable - sore calves too.

I am well over due for another bio mechanical analysis session and new insoles if nothing else - but I was wondering, If I also plump for new inners.... then I'm half way to new boots.

So my question; has boot technology come on at all in 8 years - is it time for an upgrade - or are the B14's still considered a decent boot ?

Thanks for your help!
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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@zacherynuk, boot technology per se hasn't really changed too much. I'm on my 6th season (2nd set of liners) on my Salomon boots. However,... your skiing may well have. The B14 doesn't seem terribly stiff and you may want something a little more rigid.

But it does sound as though you need new liners anyway...possibly not new insoles

Go see what they say rather than random anonymous internet users.
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Cheers for the reply, yep gonna see them anyways, just wondered if there were any breakthroughs... didn't even think about the stiffness, they could be wound tighter than they are set now I think - but I'm a pretty relaxed skiier...
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