Because orthotics can improve both the performance and comfort of the skier.
First, a custom footbed has a shape that matches your foot shape, much like what remains on wet sand while walking on the beach. When the foot rests on a surface that corresponds to the shape of the sole of the foot, in particular soft tissues, such as muscles and tendons, are better supported.
Unlike in the presence of normal flat-bottomed factory insoles supplied with ski boots, the fabrics are under stress conditions and in particular during skiing due to the pressures that are created.
The ski boot is made up of different components, each of which performs a specific function, including the various and disparate mechanisms that make it up, and have the specific purpose of regulating and improving, if necessary, the skier’s performance.
When deciding to purchase a boot, there are many points to keep in mind to make a correct choice, we mention a few that we believe are fundamental. Knowing how to identify, based on your skills, the most suitable boot category for your foot and skills.
The boot is undoubtedly the most “personal” tool in skiing, although it rarely fits perfectly on the wearer’s feet. This causes severe aches and pains that often prevent a smooth and comfortable skiing.
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