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Get A Backcountry Ski Boot Fitting at Mont

July 03, 2020

Because backcountry ski boots are made to be much lighter than downhill ski boots without compromising performance or durability, backcountry ski boots use far more advanced materials including carbon fibre, Grillamid & Pebax.

Because backcountry ski boots are made to be much lighter than downhill ski boots without compromising performance or durability, backcountry ski boots use far more advanced materials including carbon fibre, Grillamid & Pebax. Subsequently, these boots require specialised tools, and extra skill and understanding to fit and modify them successfully. This is why we have qualified backcountry boot fitting staff available for backcountry boot fitting appointments.

Mont Backcountry Boot Fitting is not just for new boots either. If you have got existing backcountry boots that aren’t quite right, get in touch and find out how we can help.

 

 

The Mont Shop is also equipped to offer custom-fit vacuum moulded insoles to new and existing downhill and backcountry ski boots.

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