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Boot Fitting

Boot Fitting


Boot Fitting

Our experienced boot fitters are available by appointment only. To make an appointment please call 1800 ADLERS or the store closest to you.

Every foot is unique!

That is precisely why you should make an appointment for a FREE consultation with a qualified Larry Adler boot technician to take an exact measurement and analysis of your feet before you decide to purchase. They will first make a foot print and measurement of the foot volume and note any problem areas such as flat feet, high arch, bunions etc. If a foot bed is required they will custom make one and then once sized correctly will fit you to the right boot for your individual needs. Most ski boots today can be modified and adjusted accordingly. We also specialise in custom foam injected Strolz ski boots and heated moulded models of other leading ski boot manufacturers.

Our boot fitting comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee with any follow up adjustments attended to at no cost to you.

Please call 1800 ADLERS for an appointment or email a request to shop@larryadler.com

Latest Computer 3-D scanning technology

Larry Adler has always been been focussed on the perfect fit for your next holiday - skiboots, snowboard boots or hiking shoes. With this in mind, we have invested in the latest technology from Sidas - the Feetbox 3D scanner.

This amazing technology not only measures your feet in 3D, it assesses your lower leg and pressure points to allow us to customise your fitting. Our boot technicians then focus on stabilising your feet in neutral, tailor the boot to your individual needs such as adjusting. canting, orthotics, cuff alignment and buckle adjustments.


Strolz Custom Ski boots


The advantage of Strolz ski boots: they are perfectly fitted to your feet. The individual foot analysis is made during a consultation with one of our trained staff. We take all the time needed for finding the perfect ski boot for you, and we start with the physical measurements (age, weight and height) and your skiing experience. During the consultation we will also address accidents you might have had and any orthopaedic particularities you have.

Foot Analysis

In the next step, we measure your feet. For about 30 minutes, a scanner analyses your feet, measuring your shoe size in Mondo Points. This foot analysis also determines whether you will need an insole. The ten minutes’ gait analysis measures the pressure on the soles of your feet. From this, the exact shape of your insoles is determined. Once foot and gait analysis are completed, we will make an appointment for the second part of your ski boot fitting.

Prototyping and External Shell

While you enjoy the rest of your day, it’s all systems go in our workshop. Based on the scan data, we use all our fine skills to fashion a unique wooden model of your foot which we line and fine-tune with cork. Using this model, the ski boot shell is precisely adapted to your foot. The “wooden foot” is inserted in the ski boot’s outer shell, heated up for one hour and then deep-frozen for 30 minutes. This way, the outer shoe perfectly moulds itself to your wooden foot model.

Made-to-measure Inner Shoe

We only use selected genuine cowhide for the inner shoe. It perfectly clings to your foot, enabling maximum fit and comfort. Leather is ideal for elasticity and durability. In our established tradition, the inner shoes are 100% hand-sewn. Using the techniques of the traditional craft of shoemaking, we fit the inner shoe exactly to the measurements of your shoe size and foot shape.

Foaming and Finalising

Now you are involved live in the process again. First of all, all those parts of your foot which need some scope for movement are padded with foam rubber in order to avoid “pressure sores”. Foaming, the final part of fine-tuning, lasts between 30 and 60 minutes. After a recommended drying period of 12 hours, you can test your perfectly fitting one-off ski boots on the piste. They will give you optimum comfort for even more fun during skiing through the optimum power transfer to your skis.