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The Boot-Doc Is In!

With decades of custom boot fitting on our staff, you can be assured that we are well equipped to address all of your custom boot fitting needs. If you purchase your boots from Village Ski Loft, custom fitting is included in the price of the boots. We’ve got you covered when it comes to comfortable boots.

Ski Boots


Correct Boot

Start with the right fit.



Intuition liners for the perfect fit



Footbeds from Sidas & Superfeet

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Boot Fitting

Heat, molds and punches

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Start With A

Good Boot

At Village Ski Loft, we understand that having the right fit for your boots is crucial to an enjoyable ski day. Our skilled team is here to match you with the perfect pair of boots, tailored to your specific needs and designed to make you feel comfortable on the slopes. Whether you're a seasoned snowboarder or a beginner skier, we have a complete selection of boots that will make all the difference.

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Experience the ultimate skiing or snowboarding adventure with our Custom Boot Liners, crafted with precision to give you the perfect fit. At our outdoor retail store, we use Intuition boot liners to create molds of your foot, ensuring a unique and comfortable experience on the slopes. Trust us to provide reliable and high-quality liners that will enhance your winter sports experience.




Your outdoor adventure starts with happy feet, which is why we offer customized footbeds using unique molding techniques from Sidas and Superfeet. Our custom footbeds are the perfect solution for any discomfort or pain you may experience while exploring the great outdoors. Trust us to provide you with the best possible gear to keep you comfortable while on your adventure.

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Heat Molding
& Boot Punches

Don't settle for ill-fitting boots that will distract you from enjoying the great outdoors. With our heat molding and boot punching services, you can get custom-fitted boots that will make each adventure comfortable and enjoyable. Our team has decades of experience and will ensure that your boots fit like a glove.



Broken boot components can really put a damper on your snowboarding or skiing trip. That's why we offer fast and reliable boot repair services for all types of boots. Our crew is highly skilled and can handle almost any issue, from broken BOA to power straps. We offer overnight repairs if we have the parts on-hand, so you can get back to enjoying your outdoor adventures as soon as possible.

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Upgrade Your Gear

If you're looking to upgrade your gear, you've come to the right place. Our outdoor retail offers a wide range of equipment to suit all of your needs. Swing by our store to get a proper fit, or order online now and we'll deliver it right to your doorstep. We guarantee top-quality gear that will help you tackle the great outdoors with confidence.

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Custom boot fitting is the art of taking a mass produced piece of ski equipment (the ski boot) and tailoring it to an individuals foot shape and skiing style thru modification. We believe that comfort is key and performance is the goal of custom fitting. Comfort is achieved by supporting the foot in its ideal position with footbeds and liners, then modifying the shell to fit better by stretching and grinding. Once the shell is shaped to the foot, the boot can be balanced and aligned to increase performance and ease of use. 


A lot of people ask, "How do I know when I have a good fit?” It"s pretty simple… You have a good fit when you can lightly buckle your boots and they hold your feet still without any major pressure points. Ski boots are performance footwear that must fit snug or else you won"t be able to send the message to your skis that allow you stay in control. So know this; When you first slide your feet into a new pair of boots, IT SHOULD FEEL LIKE THE LENGTH IS TOO SHORT AND YOUR TOES SHOULD TOUCH THE FRONT OF THE BOOT. Once you buckle the boot and flex forward a few times, you will get more toe room. The addition of a foot bed with also give you more room lengthwise and width wise. After 3 to 5 full days of skiing, your boots will become about 10% bigger, so plan on your boots breaking in or growing a bit. If a boot feels roomy in the store, you will surely have problems keeping your feet still which will increase discomfort and decrease performance. Keep this in mind, it is always easier to make a boot bigger than it is to take up extra room.


Start with a reputable shop with experienced boot fitters that use the products they sell. Then make sure they have a good selection of boots and are well-equipped to fit them. Finally, make sure any adjustment and fitting is covered should you have any aches and pains later… In short, go to Village Ski Loft. 


There is no formula for the right shell size because it is more than just the length of the foot that determines the correct size boot for you. The width and volume of your foot is just as important as the length. The rule of thumb is this; The shell fit should be 1/4" to 3/4" behind your heel when your toes are lightly touching the front of the shell. A 1/4" is geared toward performance or lower volume feet. A 3/4" fit is for comfort or higher volume feet. 


 The flex of a boot dictates your ability to remain balanced and evenly pressure a ski through the turn. Your size, ability, ankle flexibility, and skiing style are all factors. A boot that is too stiff won"t allow you to stay forward, making it difficult to initiate a turn. Boots that are too soft won"t be supportive enough and will under power the ski. Finding a balance between the two will lead to more precise pressuring of the ski, giving you better control in changing conditions. 


 Last, but not least, choosing a boot with features that suit you should be considered. Do you have tough to fit or sensitive feet? A boot with custom liners may be better for you. Are you bow-legged or knock-kneed? You will want a boot with a wider range of alignment. Are you hard on your equipment or tend to keep it for long periods of time? You will probably be better off spending a little more for a nicer boot with metal hardware versus cheaper boots which usually have plastic hardware. 

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