Choosing the Correct Boot Size
What is a "Shell Fit"?
A shell fit is an easy way to quickly determine if the boot you're thinking about purchasing is the correct size.
- Remove the liner from the boot
- Insert your foot (wearing the type of ski sock you normally ski with)
- Have your toes lightly touching the front of the shell.
- Measure the distance from your heel to the rear of the boot shell.
- You are looking for 1cm - 2cm of space between your heel and the boot shell. 1cm would be a performance fit (a more snug fit), and 2cm is a comfort fit.
- If you are within that range, you're in the right size shell size, and once the liner is heat molded, you should be good to go.
Mondo Point Size & Boot Conversion Charts
The best way to get an idea of your Mondo Point size is to measure the bottom of your foot in centimeters.
Stand with your heel against the wall, put all of your weight on that foot, and make a mark on a piece of paper where the longest point on your foot is.
Measure that length in cm and this is equivalent to your Mondo Point Size.
We strongly suggest that you do a shell fit to make sure you are getting the right size. Boots can be returned within 30 days for a full refund, provided that they have not been used or heat-molded and are in new condition. Click here for full details. Below are telemark boot sizing charts provided by Scarpa, Garmont, and Black Diamond. The method above will give you your correct Mondo size, regardless of manufacturer.
If you have any questions regarding boot size, please give us a call at 970-468-5687 and we can help you make a decision.Mondo Point Size and Conversion Charts