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Thumbs up Good boot fitters in Calgary area?

As the title says really, will be moving to Calgary in the next week and hope to start looking for boots (not to mention basically everything else) soon.

Would also be handy if they do ski boots for the gf..
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Ski Cellar/Ski West and Techno sport are the big ski boot fitters.

Ski Cellar has ride and Burton boots as well. Techno-sport carries a limited selection of boarding boots. Source / Mission / Royal are the board specialty shops.

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Ski Cellar/Ski West and Techno sport are the big ski boot fitters.

Ski Cellar has ride and Burton boots as well. Techno-sport carries a limited selection of boarding boots. Source / Mission / Royal are the board specialty shops.
Thanks man, just had a quick look at the Source website and it looks like they're having a warehouse sale just after we get there! I had seen the website before, per the "Canadian E-tailers" thread but I didn't realise it was in Calgary.
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You might want to consider Banff.

Please don't say it's too far to go, because you'll be driving past it all winter on your way to the hill.

Rude boys, and Unlimited. Just boards, no skis.

She can find a bootfitter in town. There's a couple.


I find the Source seems to have the lowest priced gear, and most selection.

You can get maybe do better in Banff, but that's with local discount, and that might take a bit to wrangle.
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