Today was another amazing northeast powder day. Mother Nature tormenting me with powder while my fat pow skis are back at the factory. With my luck, when they come it, it'll be ice the rest of the winter.
Some shops have the tools/ability to pound out boots to make them wider or grind and adjust sole and footbeds. There is a shop at Killington that specializes in custom boot fitting, but I can't remember the name for the life of me. I haven't heard anything but good things from people that have had custom boots fitted there.
Edit- I believe it is the Basin ski shop at killington. There is also a Green Mountain Orthodics located in stratton that does custom boots. I don't know about any bootfitters in PA, so it would be a hike up to vermont to get boots fitted, unless you go for a few days to get some skiing in too.
it was a good run but he shouldnt of won. no unnatural spins, a knee grab on the double and a revert. all are no no's.
how do you experienced racers bounce back from something like this? ive never been soo frustrated before in my whole skiing career (1 year haha) and ive honestly never been so frustrated before in my life. What made it worst was that when my friend dropped me off at my house after, i realized i had left my leki poles at the hill. Then my mom pulled in and she got SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO mad at me for losing the poles that she had paid 129.99 and tax for. Worst night ever.