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La Sportiva Fit

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I have a quick question about fit.

 

If I have a pair of La Sportiva Nepal Evo's that fit great, what are the chances of the Spectre Ski boot fitting me?

 

The snow is starting to fall and this will be my first actual AT setup and I am wondering if anyone has any input.

 

Thanks.

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Try on as many pairs of boots as possible, regardless of brand. I 'wanted' a specific boot to replace my Radiums and after many many hours of trying on, re-trying on, and re-re-trying on, I ended up getting a pair of Dynafit Mercury AT boots...... and I have a 'La Sportiva" foot as well.

 

Just my 2-cents :grin:

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I would say you are probably good. I wear spectres and I have a "scarpa" foot (fat, wide feet). Also keep in mind grilamid is actually pretty easy to fine tune to your foot.

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