Ski boot size question

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Ski boot size question

Started by Asia Frenz in Japan - 3 Replies

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Asia Frenz posted Oct-2015

hi guys,

any expert here able to provide some advice if there is any problem renting the bigger ski boot size in Niseko and Tomamu? I have pretty big feet and typically fit ski boot of size (mondo) 31.5 or even 32.5 (to be more comfortable)? I am even thinking of bringing my own pair of size 32.5 there in case they run out of the bigger boot or simply dont have my size, but is not sure if my own boot (size 32.5) will fit their ski?

thanks in advance.

asiafrenz

CanadianSkier
reply to 'Ski boot size question'
posted Nov-2015

Not sure it it's too late or not. Short answer, take your own boots !!!
They Fit your feet and your boots will 100% fit their bindings because they use a rental binding system that has a massive range.

Besides, it eliminates the "cootie factor" of used boots.

Trust me, if you have your own boots, take them.
Always follow the 20cm rule!

Dobby
reply to 'Ski boot size question'
posted Nov-2015

Why wouldn't you take your own boots?

Asia Frenz
reply to 'Ski boot size question'
posted Nov-2015

CanadianSkier wrote:Not sure it it's too late or not. Short answer, take your own boots !!!
They Fit your feet and your boots will 100% fit their bindings because they use a rental binding system that has a massive range.

Besides, it eliminates the "cootie factor" of used boots.

Trust me, if you have your own boots, take them.


Thank you CanadianSkier, your answer is reassuring to me so i will be taking my own boot along now.

Topic last updated on 12-November-2015 at 02:06

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