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Boot fitters in Cervinia

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hello everyone

A friend of mine is looking to buy ski boots during her trip to Cervinia at the beginning of January. Could anyone recommend a good boot fitter out there and also if this is a cost effective situation compared with buying boots in UK? It will be her first pair so ideally somebody friendly and knowledgeable would be a big plus.

Many thanks
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
pijack, Hi there and welcome to snowheads, snowHead

I can't exactly recommend a bootfitter in Cervinia, but in the shop which I hired my skis from (which were very good IMHO) - the staff were very friendly. In fact, when I was returning my skis last Sunday, a woman came into the shop complaining of poor fitting boots which she had bought the previous week in the UK - the young guy in the shop seemed to be very helpful although I didn't hang around long enough to actually see what he did. There is another guy in there who is Danish and he was pretty friendly too.

the shop was called Nol Ski and there details are as follows:

Via Bich, 2 - Casa Scuola Sci
11021 - Breuil Cervinia (AO)
Phone: (+39) 0166 949550 - 338 7351602

Fax: (+39) 0166 945128

E-mail: nol-ski@usa.net

As to which boots they sell I couldn't tell you as I wasn't really looking and most of the shop is full of hire stuff.

Hope this helps.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
pijack, welcome to snowHeads snowHead
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