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  • SPORT STOCK, Finkenberg

  • SPORT STOCK, Finkenberg

  • SPORT STOCK, Finkenberg

  • SPORT STOCK, Finkenberg

  • SPORT STOCK, Finkenberg

  • SPORT STOCK, Finkenberg

  • SPORT STOCK, Finkenberg

Boot fitting for your perfect Ski Boots

With our new foot scanner we get a 3D scan of your foot. We analyze your foot and find the perfect ski boot for you, for your perfect day of skiing without pressure points and pain.

With the Wintersteiger ER_Win scanner, a 360-degree camera creates a 3D model of your foot. Due to the exact and three-dimensional measurement, the scan provides a detailed picture of width, length and foot volume.

A ski boot that fits perfectly gives you enormous advantages, no pressure points, better power transmission and thus better performance, which means you can use your skis properly.

With the 3D scan, our experts have already selected the right ski boot for you and your needs.

Depending on the shoe model, adjustment via Memory Fit is possible with us. We are the experts and will be happy to help you, even with your own shoe.

Now only the right sole is missing


With the help of the flowmould station, fitting the sole is made much easier. Regardless of whether you are an experienced boot fitter or an apprentice in the first year of training - thanks to the flowmould technology, everyone can manufacture a perfectly adapted sole.

The customer stands on the machine and can follow each of the individual adjustment steps live on the integrated tablet:

1) First, the sole is connected to the machine and heated directly in the core. That makes the sole soft and flexible
2) After the warm-up phase, the soft sole is pressed against the customer's arch from below using a gel cushion
3) The gel cushion is filled with a cooling liquid that also cools the sole during the adjustment

In less than five minutes, the customer has his perfectly fitted sole. An immense time saver for customers and salespeople.


The special flowmould soles were developed in collaboration with specialists in sports orthopedics. The soles are prefabricated by hand, layer by layer. Depending on the area in which the sole is used, up to seven precisely matched components are connected to form a sole.

While a sole for dynamic movements, such as running, requires less flex (bending resistance), insoles for static movements, such as skiing, have a completely different requirement on the sole structure. That is why our flowmould soles are available in five different degrees of flex and with five different upper materials: merino, micro leather, comfort top, bamboo and mesh.