Re: Question on fitted boots
Fortunately I have never tried fitting service like you are talking about. And I say fortunately simply because I am lucky that as long as I get a good quality boot that fits my foot, I never have problems/blisters/pain/etc. If you are having problems of lots of blisters or some kind of pain in most of the boots you wear, then it might be worth a try. Otherwise, I don't really see a need.
Borden Timberline 300 Win Mag - Hart 26" #4 fluted - McMillan A3 Edge - Jewell Trigger - ATACR