JibbzYa I know it sound funny but I'm being serious
well this is not a good question, your ski boots should always be just about as tight as you can bare. they are supposed to hold you in place and feel almost like casts so you can control your skis homie cmon.
AparkerMine are loose because when they are tight my shins hurt too much just to have them on
actually its landing/riding backseat that causes shin bang so you might wanna tighten up your boots and focus on learning to ski properly as that will make skiing much more fun and less painful.
baitI like on my full tilts to have the toe buckle cranked down very tight, The middle buckle mediumly tight, and the top shin one somewhat loose. That was you get good control and good flex too.
contrary to popular belief the toe buckle doesn't actually do anything at all except keep water out so when you tighten it its just bad for your feet and unnecessary. your middle buckles should be as tight as you can bare to force your ankle back into the boot to allow the boot to flex naturally and so you can control your skis without your foot moving in the boot. finally the top buckle is more based on preference than the other ones but should still be tight it really just allows you to determine how much lean and flex you get.
lol yall some dumboys.