My friend had hers done at Alta Sports at the Albion base
 
http://www.altasports.com/services.html
 
The nice thing is that you can get work done, then go ski, then return and get it adjusted until it is a perfect fit....and she is someone with a lot of foot trouble, so it really helped that she could take a few runs to see if the boots needed further tweaking.

On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 11:18 PM, Denis Bogan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Last fall (?) someone posted a recommended boot fitter in SLC for getting this done.  I searched but can't find it.  Can anyone help me out?  I bought a pair of Scarpa (Intuition?) liners to replace my old and odoriferous ones. 

Thanks,  Denis
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