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Kevin,
Before you buy, stop in at Outdoor Gear Exchange.  Their prices are much better, and Brian(their 
boot tech) will give you some of the greatest, most knowledgeable service you'll find.  TOS is 
probably right about who the best bootfitter in the area is, but you more than likely don't need to 
spend the money that the best costs.
As for size, get the right shell size for your foot.  The g-fit liner should feel too tight in the shop, 
warming it up creates room.

Last friday I just picked up a brand new G-Ride & Fritschi set-up for under $690 at OGE

Roger K

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