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Ski Boot Sizing

Ski Boot Sizing Chart

Men's Shoe Size Mondopoint Europe U.K. Women's
8 (Child) 14 25 7 -----
(Child) 15 26 8 -----
10 (Child) 16 27 9 -----
11 (Child) 16.5 28 10 -----
12 (Child) 17.5 29 11 -----
13 (Child) 18.5 30.5 12 -----
13.5 (Child) 19 31 13 -----
1 19.5 32 13.5 -----
2 20 33 1 -----
3 20.5 34 2 -----
4 21 35 3 5
4.5 21.5 36 3.5 5.5
5 22 36.5 4 6
5.5 22.5 37 4.5 6.5
6 23 38 5 7
6.5 23.5 38.5 5.5 7.5
7 24 39 6 8
7.5 24.5 40 6.5 8.5
8 25 40.5 7 9
8.5 25.5 41 7.5 9.5
9 26 42 8 10
9.5 26.5 42.5 8.5 10.5
10 27 43 9 11
10.5 27.5 44 9.5 11.5
11 28 44.5 10 12
11.5 28.5 45 10.5 -----
12 29 45.5 11 -----
12.5 29.5 46 11.5 -----
13 30 47 12 -----
13.5 30.5 47.5 12.5 -----
14 31 48 13 -----
14.5 31.5 48.5 13.5 -----
15 32 49 14 -----
15.5 32.5 50 14.5 -----
16 33 51 15 -----

 

Matching Ski Boots to a Skier

A number of variables need to be considered when trying to make the optimum match between a skier and his/her new ski boots.

The skier’s ability is perhaps the most important factor.

If ski boots are too stiff, they can be inconvenient for intermediate or beginner skiers. On the other hand, if the boots are too comfortable and soft, advanced skiers may find them disappointing as they expect high performance.

Also, consider the skier's size and strength when selecting ski boots. A stronger or heavier skier will need more substantial boots than a lighter skier.

Flex selection is the matter of a personal choice between higher performance versus higher level of comfort.

High vs. Low Flex

  • High Flex (Stiff) Boots

    These boots are generally characterized as follows:

    • Reduced range of motion
    • Every input immediately transferred to the ski
    • Less forgiving
    • Low impact absorption
    • Thin liners
    • Low comfort level


    It should be noted that all the above characteristics add up to superior performance and high level of satisfaction with advanced high performance skiers and racers.

  • Low Flex (Soft) Boots

    In contrast to stiff high performance ski boots, these introduce:

    • High comfort level
    • Longer response time
    • Excessive movement requirement
    • High energy outlay by the skier

    These boots will be suitable for intermediate or beginner skiers who value comfort above performance.