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舊 2012-11-12, 14:45   #1
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Snowboard boots fitting

我想買對snowboard boots, 但睇了討論區內的文章還未找到答案,我想問下香港哪裡會提供fitting service?gexrzhop有提供嗎?另外觀塘有嗎?可以提供地址和聯絡方法嗎?
最後想問大概budget 要幾多?
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舊 2012-11-12, 16:44   #2
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我想買對snowboard boots, 但睇了討論區內的文章還未找到答案,
http://www.snowboardsecrets.com/Arti...ootfitting.htm
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舊 2012-12-19, 01:02   #3
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would there be differences in the size and shape between the ankles of asians and caucasians?

my boots fit perfectly( the instep part fits snugly and the toes do touch the tip) except at the ankle where i can feel some space around it
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舊 2012-12-19, 07:16   #4
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would there be differences in the size and shape between the ankles of asians and caucasians?

my boots fit perfectly( the instep part fits snugly and the toes do touch the tip) except at the ankle where i can feel some space around it
In a good fitting boot your toes will gently graze the boot’s toecap and you should be able to wiggle your toes inside the boots. Heel hold is another important factor to notice in your boot’s fit. When your knee is driven forward your heel should hold in place; this is important for board control in toeside turns. There is a fine line between a boot that is too tight or uncomfortable and one that is too loose and gives heel lift.

Have you heard of the term "Asian feet"?
There is a difference in shape between Asian and Caucasian feet otherwise there won't be a term called "Asian feet".
According to one podiatrist in HK, "In general, Asian feet tend to be slightly broader in the forefoot and they have a lower arch profile. In fact, about 80% of Asians are flat-footed — more than any other ethnic group."
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舊 2012-12-19, 15:09   #5
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In a good fitting boot your toes will gently graze the boot’s toecap and you should be able to wiggle your toes inside the boots. Heel hold is another important factor to notice in your boot’s fit. When your knee is driven forward your heel should hold in place; this is important for board control in toeside turns. There is a fine line between a boot that is too tight or uncomfortable and one that is too loose and gives heel lift.

Have you heard of the term "Asian feet"?
There is a difference in shape between Asian and Caucasian feet otherwise there won't be a term called "Asian feet".
According to one podiatrist in HK, "In general, Asian feet tend to be slightly broader in the forefoot and they have a lower arch profile. In fact, about 80% of Asians are flat-footed — more than any other ethnic group."

Yep thats why I always feel pain from below the arch. I know that caucasian feet are more arched but how about the ankles? Everyone has a different ankle but in general caucasians versus asians?

I thought that my boots have packed out and became larger when the inner linen material got compacted.

I took out the inner linen out and tried them on again. My toes touch the front wall to the extend that they almost curl but not yet. The heel cup holds my ankle firmly and there is no sliding when I bend my knees.

However during riding I do experience some heel rise.
My feet is skinny and I have a narrow ankle. Would J bars and heel lifts help? Which is better?
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舊 2012-12-19, 15:45   #6
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However during riding I do experience some heel rise.
My feet is skinny and I have a narrow ankle. Would J bars and heel lifts help? Which is better?
Nothing is better than an experienced boot-fitter.
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舊 2012-12-20, 14:40   #7
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Mike, do you mean custom made boot liners?
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舊 2012-12-20, 14:53   #8
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Mike, do you mean custom made boot liners?
I meant a good experienced boot fitter will tell you what is your problem and what is required. No one can give you proper advice on the internet without seeing your feet.
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舊 2012-12-25, 22:42   #9
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got a pair custom insole for my ION boots made last year at PLAY, comfortable, cost around $800. very nice..
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舊 2013-11-03, 23:39   #10
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Should the liners be heat molded with or without the footbed that would be used during riding?
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Should the liners be heat molded with or without the footbed that would be used during riding?
Boot-fitter will first heats the liners in a convection oven until they take on the consistency of jello. Then, the liners go into your boots, and you wear the liners on your feet. As the liners cool, they mould to your foot.
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舊 2013-11-04, 10:16   #12
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Boot-fitter will first heats the liners in a convection oven until they take on the consistency of jello. Then, the liners go into your boots, and you wear the liners on your feet. As the liners cool, they mould to your foot.
Yes, and I should put the footbeds in the liners after they are out of the oven and before they are put into the outer shells?
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Yes, and I should put the footbeds in the liners after they are out of the oven and before they are put into the outer shells?
Your boot-fitter should know what to do.
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舊 2013-11-06, 13:39   #14
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Recently, saw an article in a snowboard forum ....

Snowboarding alignment is ignored even more than skiing alignment because misalignment does not result in as many boot pain issues.

Snowboard boot misalignment causes less boot pain issues because the boots are softer. But if we assume that the same distribution of misalignment issues occurs in skiers and snowboarders, then should we assume there is the same level of impact on performance? Or is there something inherent about snowboards that mitigates typical alignment issues? For example if someone is knock kneed, can this be mitigated that by getting a stiffer board or by changing the stance width/stance angles?

Interesting...
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