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We are heading over to Steamboat from Australia in January and I need a new pair of boots.  Can anyone suggest/provide me with the name of a good ski boot fitter in Steamboat?

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Through the years we have bought boots at a number of places in town. I think about anywhere will do a good job for you. However, Bike and Ski Kare and One Stop Ski Shop have been my family's favorites for boots. They have always worked with us to get us in the right boots.
I agree with Cary on those two choices. Just about everyone in town can do a good job but One Stop and Steamboat Ski and Bike are my favorites.

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Search the archives of this forum, you will find plenty of recommendations for shops and individuals within those shops.

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