GnarlsBarkleymy main problem with the ones im on now is i can feel the boot pinching my toes when i bend my knee, have you found this having also beein on crispis?
I've personally never gotten any toe crunch, but i've worked with people who have. First step is to make sure you're in a properly fitted boot. Next step is to follows crispis heat molding instructions and mold your liners. This should really help, but just in case that doesn't take care of it, I have seen one other solution.
Take a thick piece of plastic and place it ontop of your liner, directly beneath the bellow of the boot (the part where it bends). Once taped down the piece of plastic will help evenly distribute the pressure that develops in a deep turn on your toes. I'm sure if you dig you can find someone on TGR forums that has this process spelled out.
Tele boots are pretty comfy, except when they're not. Hope you can get em worked out soon, the snow is falling!