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Boot fitter in Portes Du Soleil

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi all, I am out here for the season and I am now sure that my boots are knackered - or at the very least the linings have had it. No big surprise as they are way past their sell by date: They have had hundreds of days skiing on them over the past 8 years.

I have problem feet - very flat with no arch, and a fairly pronated gait as result. The Dalbello Vipers I have are great shells: very stiff (if also very heavy), and my preference would be to be able to get new liners and insoles fitted. They were fitted years ago, and adjusted a few years back, by Profeet in London, and they did quite a lot of work on shells and liners, from punching to shimming and everything in between! Does anyone have any recommendations for someone properly good out here in France?

I suppose I could get to Chamonix if needed, but would far prefer someone good in this ski area...

Thanks for any tips.
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