Alignment

Alignment is measured after boot work and foot beds are completed.

Out of alignment

Out of alignment - Measuring alignment showing 2 degrees out on the left leg

Aligned

Aligned - Shims placed under the left boot confirm alignment a strength test is also used to confirm alignment

Planing

Planing - Shavings from left boot sole after it was planed 2 degrees

Toe Ramp

Toe Ramp - Ramp angle being sanded back into the boot after planing is completed

Heel Ramp

Heel Ramp - Ramp angle being sanded back into the boot after planing is completed

Sole Planed and Sanded

Sole Planed and Sanded - The sole after planing and sanding is completed

The Finished Toe

The Finished Toe – planed, sanded and routed to return the boot sole to DIN standard

Sole complete

Sole complete - The finished product with risers installed on soles. The risers protect your alignment and your investment. They also replace the material that was removed in planing to ensure your boots are back to DIN standard.