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What to Wear, What to Bring and What to Expect

Ski Boot Appointment

  • Shorts, tights, or pants that can roll up over your knees (your knees need to be visible) - and ski pants are too bulky

  • Ski socks or if you're testing new boots, thin socks (ski or dress socks work)

  • Comfortable shirt (you’ll be moving around a bit)

  • Your current ski boots (even if you want to buy new boots)

  • A short video of you skiing - your photographer should stand still

  • A good joke

Orthotics/Footbeds Appointment

  • Shorts or tights (so your knees are visible)

  • Thin socks (also bring thick socks, if you use these in your footwear)

  • The footwear (running, cycling, work shoes, hiking boots) you plan to use with the orthotics/footbeds

How Long it Takes

  • An initial evaluation takes approximately 1 1/2 hours

  • An evaluation including footbeds and full setup usually takes 2 1/2+ hours


  • Initial evaluation and testing for new boots is $150

  • Initial evaluation without boot testing is $100

  • Custom footbeds cost $350 (the initial evaluation cost is applied to the charge)

  • Charges for most clients run between $350-$500

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Photo: Bob Barnes

Standard Fitting

If you are in town and just need basic boot fitting help - punches, grinds, liner and shell heat molding, we can try to fit you in within 24 hours. Give us a call and if you don't reach us feel free to drop by.

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