Hey, this is not a problem or anything, just a question about the ski boot industry, and I though that I would ask the masters.
In the 2014 Freeskier Buyer's Guide, it gives some information on how the equipment is made and why, etc. In the boot section, upon specifying the difference between two-piece and three-piece boots says: "[Three piece shells] are suited for a flat foot with low instep height."
Is this true? I have heard about the advantages of a three piece being the "more natural" fex, and less shin bang, etc., but never for people with flatter feet. I don't know much about ski boots, so I am interested.
As a person with feet flatter than a quarter, I was just curious because I am looking into buying new boots soon, and am wondering if I should go with a three piece now, but I figured you would know more than the Freeskier editor.