Last season i did myself the favor of paying for a good boot fitted by a reputable bootfitter, what an experience! Respect these people, they know what they are doing!
I had them made towards the end of the season. They were a little bit small compared to my older boots (43 vs. 45 EU size, 96mm vs 103mm), but snug not painful. However, the very last days i had a tiny bit of heel pain, but due to work i had no time to visit him. Is this an easy fix for a fitter? I know the shell is easy to work one sideways, but what about the heel? The sad thing is i won't return to the same town this year till the end of the winter, so i am probably going to have it fixed somewhere else, if i feel the heel pain in the beginning of the season.
Thanks in advantage.