toastyteenagersNo, should I? I feel as I don't need it
Toasty, we have this magical thread for questions exactly like yours:
In it, we address your question but I can make it a bit easier for you:
1. Did you have these boots selected for you by a boot-fitter or did you pick them out?
2. A custom footbed is the most important part of the boot fitting properly and ensuring that your foot is held in the proper position while skiing (not just standing on a floor in a room). It is the necessary step you must take before step 3.
3. Get the boots heat molded to your foot. These boots have the special ability to be heated and shaped to your foot, but you need to make sure that your foot is in the right position (thus a footbed is needed) before you mold the boot to your foot.
All of these steps involve going to a boot-fitter regardless, so it is best if you make an appointment with your local guru and have it properly dealt with since your boots are the most important part of your gear.