cyphersyup. full tilt is probably the last brand i'd choose, but they fit so well in the shop
they weren't tight at all yesterday. main issue is with the outside/bottom part of my 6th toe so it's something that needs to be fixed by reshaping my footbeds and/or punching out the shell
1. Did you mold the liners?
2. Do you have custom footbeds?
3. Did your bootfitter even do a full evaluation of your foot/did you mention 6th toe issues with prior boots? 6th toe pressure is pretty easy to ID during the bootfitting process. Any fitter worth going to would be able to pick up on it quickly.
Getting new ski boots sucks, but there are so many options out there these days with great customizable shells that having a bad experience is pretty rare these days.
Everyone says go to a good bootfitter and 9/10 times, doing this should prevent most of these issues. Maybe you're one of the few people that will always struggle with it but, if your only issue is 6th toe-related, I doubt it.
I've potentially got a similar issue to yours (6th toe+an accessory nail on the left pinky toe+a pinky toe that rolls over and puts all it's pressure on said accessory nail) and I've managed to make it comfortable in a Salomon 140 Race (WC plug boot) and Lupo Pro HDs with posting of my footbed on the left side+some grinding/punching. Over the past 4 days I've spent god knows how many hours touring in those Lupos and with minimal problems. I promise you, there's a way to make your boots comfortable.