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ive never had this happen to me. but i heard that its not pressure on the sides of your feet or the length of the boot that would make your feet do that. its the pressure on the top of your foot. because i guess when theres pressure on the top it pinches nerves/blood supply to your toes and makes them cold and hurt. i just heard this from a friend but it makes a lot of sense so i think its probably true... but no gurantees :)
A 270 bsl which is what that little number is, BSL meaning Boot Sole Length, is probaly like a size 23. so if he sized you for a 26 thats much bigger then the size of your current boot. if the shop your going to is legit, then the guy probaly knows what he is doing and you should be in a 26ish boot, so just try on a bunch of different size 26ish boots and see which one fits best, but its better to get your boot fitting properly then worrying about the BSL