Alico Ski March Boot

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bgregoire
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Re: Alico Ski March Boot

Post by bgregoire » Sat Feb 22, 2020 4:23 pm

Nitram Tocrut wrote:Just tried the Alico with my Rabbs this morning and it’s like I have a new pair of skis ;) Although like almost everyone I am going through some fitting issues, minor for me, the Alico are a big improvement over the Alaska for DH. I can ski tighter turns and overall I feel more stable and secure. Of course they are not as comfy as the Alaska’s and they would not be my first choice if I had to ski many km to get to the hill.

If Ben’s has any concern over my GAS, I want to assure him that I bought the boots for my son so that we both have decent boots when we ski together 8-) . Of course it is a very cool ‘coincidence’ that we now wear the same size :lol: BTW, I wish happy birthday to my son that turned 14 today!
Yes and let me guess,
You are going to be a good father and break them in for him. You wouldn’t want him to end up with blisters and give up skiing as a result now!


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Re: Alico Ski March Boot

Post by Nitram Tocrut » Sat Feb 22, 2020 5:22 pm

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Yes and let me guess,
You are going to be a good father and break them in for him. You wouldn’t want him to end up with blisters and give up skiing as a result now!


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That is a really good way to ease my conscience! Thanks Ben 8-)

Don’t forget that when your kid reach the age where you can “share” ski gear ;)

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Re: Alico Ski March Boot

Post by Inspiredcapers » Tue Mar 10, 2020 6:23 pm

I just installed a pair of Currex insoles- wow, what a difference. These boots are getting extremely comfortable now...

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