You tell him! I bought some langes comp 90's, then returned them because they were too narrow. When I went on my second mission for boots, I went in with a clear mind, saying how I'll buy what fits best. Well, the Rossi Axiums (rec. boot) fit me pretty good, then, i went to another shop and tried on the scratch boot, and it was too narrow. I went to the race shop across the street, and I tried on some X-Waves, and they fit nicer than the rossis. I looked on the shelf, and saw some Foils. I tried them on, and they fit like a glove.
I guess it just so happened a park specific boot fit my foot the best. I would have been just as content with the axium boot, if it fit as well as my foils.
Moral of the story: Buy what fits, not what you want to fit.
With my most sincere regards,
"Skiing should be more like other "action" sports in which there are many different styles and ways of going about it all in which are accepted..make sense?" -powfoka