Eh price is dependent on what they're actually doing and varies from shop to shop. My last shop I worked in it was 48 dollars an hour, 150 for the footbed, and then costs for other pieces and shit. More than likely its that you need a new orthodic that's custom built for snowboarding. Just go to a ski shop and talk to a ski boot fitter they'll know what's up.
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Because someone has to call it how they see it!