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The Quick Fix: remolding your liners to breathe life back into those boots.

Feb. 16th 2012

SCARPA Precision Intuition LinerGetting the full life span and potential out of a SCARPA ski boot isn’t that difficult. Seasonal maintenance can go a long way to ensure your favorite boots stay around for a while. As long as you keep the shell (lower and cuff) in good condition, almost everything else on the boot can be repaired or replaced, including, but not limited to, powerstraps, buckles, tongues, hardware, straps, tour mechanisms, and, with regards to maximum comfort and performance, the liners.

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Shell fitting ski boots: The essential first step in good fit

Nov. 22nd 2011

Domina SCARPA ski boot

Shell fitting a ski boot should be treated like going to a tattoo artist: Don’t go into it drunk. No one has the same two feet, and no two people like the exact same fit. And while 10 percent want that über-snug race fit, the majority of backcountry skiers want a performance fit, one that will accommodate uphill flexibility, stave off hot spots and blisters, keep you warm and comfortable all day, and ultimately deliver the power and control you seek for the down. No matter your preferences, the single best thing you can do in your search for optimal comfort and performance is begin your search with a good shell fit.

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