Where I'm From:
Where I Like To Ski:
Mammoth Mountain, June Mountain, and occasionally ( rarely ) Tahoe
I've Owned My Dodge Ski Boots For:
less than 1 year
How Many Pairs I've Owned:
What First Attracted Me To Dodge Ski Boots:
Performance - Technology - Uniqueness - American-made - Channel for heel that's, supposed to aid entry, fits my enlarge Achilles' tendon ( from ATR) well
What Helped Me Make The Final Decision To Purchase:
Performance - Technology - Uniqueness - American-made - See above
What I Like Best About My Dodge Ski Boots:
Flex stays the same regardless of temperature, heel fit, control
What I Like Least About My Dodge Ski Boots:
Stock Liners, too much vertical volume in fore foot, no "fourth buckle", Couldn't make Booster Strap work.
What About The Boot I Would Recommend To A Friend:
Consistent flex - Performance - Feel - Customer Service - American-made
What I Would Tell Someone Considering A Purchase Of Dodge Ski Boots:
Expect to use another liner, I settled on a Zipfit WC after trying two different intuitions and an old Lange. I might foam them. Put tape or something on the inside of boot to protect them from being chipped by inside ski edge of the other ski.
If I could define Dodge in one word:
Not a just a ski boot, a skiers boot©
What I Like About The Dodge Remote Fitting System:
Easy to use - Can get fit without going to shop - Takes less time than visiting shop
What I Don't Like About The Dodge Remote Fitting System:
Sometimes have to send boot back for additional adjustments
How It Is To Deal With People At Dodge Ski Boots:
Satisfied, no problems.
What It's Like To Ski In A Dodge Ski Boot:
Really like them.
How It's Different Than A "Rubber" Boot:
The buckle holes through the shell don't elongate over the season , fit stays the same, heel channel doesn't rub Achilles' tendon and makes it easy to slide foot in with liners already on.
Would I Purchase Another Pair?:
Perhaps the best boot I've skied, great stiffness, cool factor