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Bootfitting ?

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What is Bootfitting? At Prosneige, we are specialized in bootfitting to bring you comfort and precision and performance on your feet. We currently have 3 stores 100% dedicated to ski boots: Val Thorens, Méribel and Alpe d’Huez. Find out more about Bootfitting.

Bootfitting concerns every technique used by our experts to adapt and adjust ski boots. First our bootfitters do a full static and dynamic podiatric assesment of your feet. Secondly they ask about your skiing level, prefered terrain and discipline.  Finally they recommend or adjust boots accordingly. By molding the plastic outer shell, modifying the inner boot, customizing the insoles, changing the canting position and adjusting the buckles our technicians can ensure ultimate boot comfort and precision.

Your ski boots are what connect you to your skis and ultimately to the terrain. The better they fit, the more you will enjoy skiing!


  • If your feet hurt in your ski boots
  • If you can move your feet in your ski boots (your boots are not snug enough)
  • Your feet are cold in your boots
  • You’re an experienced skier with top quality skis and your boots are no longer adapted to either
  • You’ve got very thin or rather strong calves
  • You’re looking for more precision and reactivity


  • Listening: Firstly our bootfitters will want to hear from you what it is you’re looking for exactly. More comfort, more précision, or the best compromise of both. They will also ask you what problems you usually encounter wearing ski boots: like cold feet for instance, or specific pressure points. Besides all of this they will ask you about your skiing level, preferred terrain etc. to get the best idea of what type of boots will suit your needs.
  • Analyzing: Next up is a detailled anaysis of your feet, ankles and calves. Whether you have narrow heels, broad feet or a high foot arch will define what brand will work best for you. This is where our 3D scanner also comes in. The most precise piece of bootfitting technology on the market, this scanner will determine pressure points and sensitive areas and reveal more about your stance.
  • Choosing: Based on all of the previous analyses our experts will then propose 3 different boots. The choice of the shell is mainly based on your skiing level, the volume of your feet and the principal usage. After you’ve tried on all 3 of them you choose which one you prefer, and then it’s on to the next step!
  • Creating: At your request the bootfitters can now make special insoles for your boots. These will help stabilize your foot and relieve pressure points. On top of that they can even customize an inner boot for you. To do this they inject a boot liner with mousse and let it take the shape of your feet. This way your inner boot will fit snuggly around your feet and form the perfect compromise of comfort and precision.
  • Adjusting: Last but not least: we’ll ask you to take your boots out for the day and hit the slopes. Afterwards you can stop back by our shop and share your experience with us. That way we can adjust where necessary. It’s important to remember that when you’ve bought your boots with us all adjustments are on us of course! We guarantee the best after sales service out there.