Why do my calves hurt when I ski?
We answer one of the most commonly asked questions in the Ski Boot Labread more
Who are the Best Ski Boot Fitters in London?
If you’re wondering who the best ski boot fitters in London are, then read on. Profeet has an amazing reputation and a very loyal customer base, who are always recommending Profeet to their friends.read more
Why do my toes hurt in my ski boots?
Toes can hurt in ski boots when pressure on the toes is caused by one of two possible issues – either the boot being too small or, counter-intuitively, the boot being too big.read more
Why can’t I flex forward in my ski boots? Have I bought the wrong ski boots?
Another question that we are often asked in the Profeet Ski Lab is ‘why can’t I flex forward in my ski boots?’ Some people worry if they have bought the wrong ski boots.read more
Profeet staff attend Masterfit University for ski boot fitters
Ski boots are continuously evolving with new plastics and materials, so it’s important to keep up to date with the latest technologies.read more
14 Profeet Ski Boot Fitting Reviews
You’re thinking about coming to the Profeet Ski Lab for a ski boot fitting, but it’s quite expensive – how can you know it will be worth it?read more
What is ski boot fitting and what can I expect from a boot-fitting appointment?
Janine Winter – Ski Manager at the Profeet Ski Lab – explains what ski boot fitting is and what you should expect from a ski boot fitting appointment.read more
How do I stop cramping under the arches of my foot in my ski boots?
Janine Winter – Ski Manager at the Profeet Ski Lab – explains how to stop your feet cramping in your ski boots.read more
Will Greenwood visits Profeet for custom fitted ski boots
We were delighted to welcome Rugby World Cup winner Will Greenwood to the Profeet Ski Lab last week.read more
Is this our best customer comment ever?
We are always delighted when our customers thank us for great service. So much so in fact that we share many comments (almost 300 now) on our Facebook page.
Most come to us via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, but a postcard is rare.