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Boots again :(

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
To cut a long story short, I was larking about, skiing the garden in the snow we had last week and the dreaded pain is back in my feet. Don't have time to go to CEM or the Dutch fitter he recommended, so I'm thinking of trying someone in Bourg Saint Maurice. Does anyone know of a good fitter that will understand my issues? Thanks in advance.

PS I have found a few tips here, but the thread is old and I'd really appreciate recent feedback
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Given up. Going to stick with the boots (with added nurofen no doubt) and go to Amsterdam or Colin when I get back. After 3 seasons of boot problems, I'm not risking it Sad
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