I only get toe bang when I land forward on flat landings off a high rail. I have booters too, and I only get it on one foot. There really is no remedy, except when you land on flat landings from high up land switch. Also, try and land more on the balls of you feet sorta, cause landing on your heels will throw your toes into the front of the boot. Also, be sure to tighten the middle cable enough, they might not be tight enough causing your foot to move. And finally, got out and get a footbed, they help tremendously, doesn't have to be custom (although those are really nice), it just has to help hold you foot in place while in your boot.
i had some bag toe bang (narrow toe box, got them blown out a tiny bit and its perfect) on my brand new Agent 110s. it was so painful i wanted to cry. everytime i leaned back the slightest bit or hit a bump it was terrible. i didnt even think about the shin bang because the toe bang was so bad.
but now the boots are the best boots i have ever had. a little work and they fit perfectly and i have no problems what so ever
"dubsman i had a fn dream about you playing lacrosse or some shit... i spend too much time on ns" - ace_$
I have the Superfeet Green in my Booters right now...they're great, not as good as the custom ones, but those are expensive (I had a pair, but sadly were old and no longer fit...don't get custom footbeds if your feet are still growing). But the green superfeet hold my feet in place firmly so they don't slide around as much.