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Women's ski boots and sweet Proetection ski clothing

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead

I'm having a little trouble with my ski boots. This is my second season (in Verbier) but my boots are pretty old now and my heel keeps raising more than it should (I've got really narrow feet). Is there any way to fix this? I've also been getting a twitchy nerve on the top of my right foot - really weird! I've got lange boots. I was getting so fed up today I almost walked into one of Verbier's ridic expensive ski shops to get a new pair! Crazy.

On another note I just got a new ski jacket - sweet protection. Really like it! I review quite a lot of women's ski stuff on my blog so check it out...

Thanks in advance for any boot help, you'll be saving me alot of money!

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