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Boot Fitting: NY/NJ

Where do you guys go for a proper boot fitting?

Are there any places around the NY/NJ/Tristate area that are any good?

I was thinking I may just get new boots at a shop up in VT if I go this year. More selection, probably more knowledge, and they will fit my boot to my foot correctly.
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NY and NJ are pretty big. Try to be a bit more specific on your location.
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Paragon Sports in NYC (18th and Broadway) is pretty good when it comes to fitting you for boots.
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Sorry about that. To be more specific. Long Island/New York City/Northern NJ.
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Ski Barn on Rt 23 in Wayne, NJ. Ask for Michael.
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Boot Fitting: NY/NJ

I second ski barn. If you go to the Paramus store, ask for Willie or Marker
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Ski Barn in Wayne

While I bought my boots from them... I had them do a Instaprint footbed, which turned out to be horrible.

It was a step backwards, compared to the "SOLE" insoles I had before.

I eventually gone to:
U.S. Orthotic Center, Jeffrey Rich, Pedorthist

....one of the geniuses behind America's Best Bootfitters.

yes, it costs more than double the price of an instaprint insole (it ended up costing slightly more than my boots)... but I got a real orthotic that made a big difference in the fitment of my boots and supporting my feet properly.
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