DaleBoot’s cantable soles provide precise cant correction, neutral balance on the ski and enhanced power transfer to the ski’s edge. Proper cant correction takes into account the physical shape of the leg and the affect it has on weight distribution under foot. DaleBoot measures the skier’s leg shape, to the degree, and cant corrects closest to the snow, by removing the boot’s neutral sole units and replacing them with properly canted soles. The result is a ski that runs flat, allowing the skier to easily engage the ski’s edge (in both directions equally) without having to over-angulate their knee, or expose themselves to MCL or ACL injuries. After extensive examination and on-ski experimentation, DaleBoot can easily swap out the cant correction for a fill accommodation should the skier’s (rigid) skeletal structure refuse to accept a correction. In addition, DaleBoot’s canted soles are also replaceable due to extended wear, further extending the life of the boot.