Sorry I never really responded to this thread until now.
Well I went back to the shop and the guy there gave me a pair of thin socks and I don't think he did anything to the boots. Where he marked on the footbed when I saw him wasn't even touched. So I tried them on in the shop and walked around for awhile, probably a half hour to an hour. No loss of circulation. I tried the fingertip test and I could just barely fit my fingertip down the side, so that didn't seem too bad. I get out to the mountain and after about an hour my foot starts falling asleep again. I went into the lodge and took my boots off and took a little break. Then went out and every time my foot fell asleep I would just go in and take a break.
I'm not sure how much liners can pack in, but after about 3 more days of skiing doing this, my feet finally felt good and didn't lose circulation. I've gone skiing probably 15 times after that and my feet haven't lost circulation since. I guess they really must've packed in a lot or something. The boots do have the Trufit custom fit liner too, so that could also have something to do with it, I'm not really sure. So circulation wise they are all set. I don't know why he would lie the last time I was there and say he did something to the boots though when he clearly didn't. I can also tell he didn't because when he set the boots down after I handed them to him, the power strap was sitting right under the toe of the boot and when I went in the next day, the boots were in the same position and place with the power strap in the same spot, so they didn't even get moved. It's dumb logic, but chances are pretty good that he didn't touch them. Sorry, I pay attention to little things like that. Haha. So I don't think I'm going to go back there, if you think I'm being stupid and dumb for not wanting to go back there after the other stuff they did too, please tell me, because I would like to know if I'm in the wrong here.
There's one more thing that's kind of annoying me lately and I wondered if there is anything at all I can do to fix this.
I have really curled toes. They just curl straight down for some reason, I guess it's the way I was born. I know it's weird, but I've tried to do stretches for years to flatten them down but they really can't. So now the tops or joints of all my toes (except my big toe because it's the only flat one) get really bad toe bang on the top. I mean I'm not just being a wuss here because they really get bruised up pretty good, and the joints turn a pretty bruised up color too. It's actually pretty painful to ski sometimes because of it. I've tried wrapping them up with those pads and like medical tape, but that almost hurts more because everything wrapped on them compresses them in and that doesn't help at all.
Sorry this is really a weird and random question, I just wondered if anyones dealt with anything like this from experience because I'm out of ideas of what to do, to get it to stop hurting. Just wondered. Thanks for all the help here guys. I really hope I don't come off sounding like a pussy. I know ski boots aren't supposed to be comfortable but I just wish my feet weren't in this pain like they are. I really don't know why my feet are no longer losing circulation though, I'm not gonna complain about it! I guess the liners must've just packed in or something. Thanks again guys.
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