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Ski-touring boot fitting in Lahndahn...

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Long time. No post. Anyone got any advice or experience of ski-touring boot fitting in Lahndahn. In particular, Bartlett’s seem to have a good range. Are they good? Ta
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@stoat of the dead, welcome back! snowHead I've no personal experience of Ski Bartlett's boot providing services, but they are a good company with from what I've heard a good boot fitting service.
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But of a hiatus there ;p - Was happy with my Lange XT fit and the subsequent work they have done on the boot (though not a true touring boot per se) - they tend to have limited stock of some of the more specialty boots so would call ahead and ask they put what you're after/think will work for you aside ahead of your session to avoid disappointment. Never felt rushed by them, - they usually have some well versed fitters as well as some of the new generation but also able fitters on hand (not sure this year what the situation is).

FYI they sent this over the weekend in an email blast:

"SKI BOOT FITTING APPOINTMENTS - We are booking up rapidly for the run up to Christmas and beyond in anticipation of our lockdown escape on the 2nd December. Just give us a call to book one in."
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Thanks chaps. Looks like I better ring them.
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stoat of the dead wrote:
Long time. No post. Anyone got any advice or experience of ski-touring boot fitting in Lahndahn. In particular, Bartlett’s seem to have a good range. Are they good? Ta


The others would be Pro feet in Fulham.
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Happy with the fit at Bartlett’s I got a couple of years ago now (Alpine not touring)

Spoke to them a few days ago and they did say they were indeed getting booked up for fitting in the weeks before Xmas in expectation of people being able to get away. So maybe don’t leave it too long to call if you intend going there and want it done soon.
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I like Bartlett's and both my wife and I have had boots fitted by them (mine were touring boots).
They are very knowledgeable and take time.
I'd just flag that both my wife and I came from prior boots that were very much a performance fit and have found the Bartlett fit to be a tad roomier than ideal but TBH we both wanted something more comfortable than our previous boots so it may have been us driving that.
I would use them again (although on balance I think I'd prefer to use a shop in the Alps which made it easier to start snug and go back for mods)
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