your first problem is that you're in a dalbelllo. if a bootfitter recomended it because it's a "freestyle boot" is absolute horseshit! there is no such thing as a "freestyle boot" yes i know im going to get shit on for that comment.
here's the deal about boots, if the boot fits, the boot fits. there are no "if" "and" or "but"s about it. companies are making what they call "freestyle boots" because they know kids will buy them up to be all cool.
here's the truth: look at any skier that does not ride for salomon (that's a whole different story). for this particular case, lets take tanner hall. you've all seen the ads about tanner and the krypton rampage and how it's his pro model but surprise he doesn't ski in it. lange has a "freestyle boot" on the market but watch real time, all the guys in lange boots ski in the world cup race boot. don't buy into the crap that corporate advertising feeds you.
when you're looking for boots go see an EXPERIANCED FITTER! don't just talk to the guy that comes up and talks to you right away the second you walk into the shop. those guys are usually part-time kids that are trying to get some experiance. your best bet is to call ahead, ask for the head bootfitter and make an appointment. this way you know off the bat that this guy knows his shit and will recomend boots that will do what you need them to do.
as for this guy's crisis:
you sir a victim of your own creation. but since you're this far along in the game, go back to the shop and get footbeds. the regular trim to fit beds should do the trick but customs are always the best way to go. if that doesn't work, the bootfitter will need to punch out the ankle on the boot to give you more room. the forefoot on those boots are tough to punch. i know from experiance. but they can definately take a crack at it and see where they end up.
hopefully that helps...
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