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Does anyone know a good boot fitter (ski boots) that might be able to help puch out the side of a pair of Scarpa AT boots in the Portland area? I have mostly used these boots for short tours and in bounds skiing and really like them. I'm looking into doing some longer tours and climbs and want to use them but they feel way to tight along the base of the little toe for all day wearing.

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Yes, Jay Peterson has done some very innovative "punching out" for two pairs of boots for me and I'm very happy with the results. jay@skiersynergy.com

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