Step 6: Ski It, Tweak It

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Once you've done as much as you can at home, put your new boot to the test. Take it for a spin, then fine-tune your adjustments as needed, bearing in mind that a boot "packs out"-or grows roomier-with use. If problems persist, go see a guy like Gleason. Good boot-fitters can fix almost anything.