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Master Boot Fitting

There’s nothing more important than finding the right ski boot.

Loon Mountain Sports is the only ski shop in the area with several Master Bootfitters on staff – and they’re here to help. These certified, highly-skilled technicians will help you find the right boot for your foot and style of skiing, and they’ll make any modifications needed to dial in the right fit.

Want to get the most out of your boot fitting session?

  1. Honesty is the Best Policy
    Give us a realistic idea of your skiing abilities. Are you a beginner? A strong intermediate? That’s great. We’ll find the boot that fits your skill set perfectly. No need to try and impress us.
  2. Wear the Right Clothes
    Wear loose-fitting pants (or shorts) that can be rolled up while trying on boots; you’ll also want to wear thin ski socks to ensure the closest possible fit.
  3. Old Boots and Insoles Wanted
    Bring in your current boots and insoles so we can see what you’ve been skiing with. That will help us determine which boots will be right for you going forward.
  4. Time Is Everything
    Finding the right boot and adjusting it to your foot takes time and patience.
  5. Do Tell
    Have bone spurs, bunions, or other foot issues? Tell us about it. We need to know if you’ve had any injuries, soreness, heel spurs, or other foot or lower leg issues that may affect how we fit your boot. With that knowledge, our bootfitters will work to find a boot that works with your unique biomechanics.