Ski Boot Reviews

Establishing a good sense of which brands work best for your feet - and your wallet - is the best way to begin the hunt for the perfect ski boot. Walik / Getty Images

Ski boot reviews of the most reliable ski boot brands for this season.

Ski Boot Review Criteria
When reviewing ski boots, Ray Rice, Surefoot.com, used fit criteria based on the last or shape. Narrow (95mm), Medium (102mm) and Wide (106mm), and flex terms: Stiff (160 to 130), Average (120 to 90) and Soft (80 to 40). The tighter the shell is the quicker and more responsive it will be.

2014/2015 Ski Boots
There are a lot of new and evolving models coming out this ski season from just about every ski manufacturer.

 Check it out Ray Rice's 2014/2015 ski boot reviews and then carefully choose a good ski boot shop for the best fit possible.

 

2013/2014 Ski Boots
Ski boot reviews of the top ski boot brands. Reviews include Atomic, Dalbello, Head, Nordica, Lange, Fischer, Full Tilt, Rossignol, Tecnica and Salomon ski boots.

2012/2013 Ski Boots

Guide to the best ski boot brands of the 2012/2013 ski season including Dalbello, Head, Nordica, Lange, Fischer, Full Tilt, Rossignol, Tecnica and Salomon ski boots.

2011/2012 Ski Boots
Guide to the best ski boot brands of the 2011/2012 ski season.

Ski Boot Information

Ski Boot Guide
Here's information that will help you get on your way to having comfortable and functional ski boots.

How to Fit Ski Boots
Before you rent or buy ski boots, it's important to make sure that the boots fit properly. The next step is to make sure that your boots are adjusted for optimal skiing.