Where I'm From:
Bedford, New Hampshire, USA
Where I Like To Ski:
Bretton Woods, New Hampshire Park City, Utah. Beaver Creek, Colorado. Courchevel, France.
I've Owned My Dodge Ski Boots For:
4 years or longer
How Many Pairs I've Owned:
What First Attracted Me To Dodge Ski Boots:
Light weight - Consistent flex - Performance - Technology
What Helped Me Make The Final Decision To Purchase:
Light weight - Performance - Comfort
What I Like Best About My Dodge Ski Boots:
Perfect fit with no adjustment. No need to constantly adjust the fit as the day and temperature change. So responsive because they are so light.
What I Like Least About My Dodge Ski Boots:
The new liner seems to have compressed a little around the heel, which I like to be held firmly.
What About The Boot I Would Recommend To A Friend:
Light weight - Performance - Feel - Customer Service
What I Would Tell Someone Considering A Purchase Of Dodge Ski Boots:
If you want a very responsive boot to make your skis move rapidly without needing legs the size of tree trunks, Dodge Boots are the answer.
If I could define Dodge in one word:
What I Like About The Dodge Remote Fitting System:
I have not used it
What I Don't Like About The Dodge Remote Fitting System:
I have not used it
How It Is To Deal With People At Dodge Ski Boots:
Great, I love them!
What It's Like To Ski In A Dodge Ski Boot:
How It's Different Than A "Rubber" Boot:
Light, responds instantly, fits perfectly. Fit does not change during the day.
Would I Purchase Another Pair?:
No reason to change. Despite one or two other carbon fibre boots, they do not appear any better, and I get personalized fitting by the maker with just a 3 hour drive. It is only a matter of whether the current ones get damaged, or newer models are even better, which was the reason that I bought the second pair 4 years after the first.