Eric Fuellenbach slides a wooden dowel in the space behind a skier's heel and the boot shell to check fit. Tanya Perez/Enterprise photo
Eric Fuellenbach at Ken's-Bike-Ski-Board fits Davis Perez with ski boots. Most people err on the side of too-big boots, which leads to foot cramping and black and blue toenails. Tanya Perez/Enterprise photo
Eric Fuellenbach talks about using wooden dowels to measure the space between a skier's foot and the boot shell. Ideally, there should be about one-inch of space with the lining removed. Tanya Perez/Enterprise photo

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