So I have some Ski boot problems. My feet are always hurting, is this how skiing is supposed to be?
I've been skiing since I were a little kid and as long as I remember my feet are always in a discomfort when it comes to ski boots. The last couple of years I've had +100days per season, I live and breath skiing and my feet are really taking a beating.
I've always gone to a bootfitter. Probably been to my current bootfitter +10times with only my latest pair of boots. No matter what I do my feet always feel crushed or in a discomfort. I've tried different boots, different insoles, different liners, done tons of work to my shells and so on. I've now reached the point were I don't have certain spots that make's me want to chop my feet off, but the pain/discomfort is more all over.
Either I can undo all the buckles and only have a slight discomfort but not being able to ski since nothing is holding me down into the boot and get super sloppy feedback and toebanging like crazy. Or I could tighten my buckles so my feet are in place and a good response from my skis and whatnot but the pain is just too much to handle.
I've pitched out so much money on boots the last couple of years it's really starting to take a toll on my economy as a whole, I guess I could try even another pair of boots at another bootfitter but at this point it seems hopeless.
I'm really put to my brim now and starting to question my sanity. I bet my bootfitter thinks I got hypochondria and tbh I'm starting to wonder if I may have.
What the f am I supposed to do?
Am i looking for some unicorn-type ski boot that doesn't exist?
Is there no such thing as comfort when it comes to ski boots?
Sorry for the shitty thread I really need some help on this one.