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BASEDJAHI have the same boots and I usually have some problems with numbness at the beginning of the season, but they pack out and are fine after I few days shredding. I'd give it some time before doing anything drastic
JibbaTheHutthave you actually got frostbite? like black toes? because if you have thats going to take some time to recover, and there is a good chance that it will never fully recover.
How much space have you got, if you shell check how much space behind your heel? when you're in the boot can you move your toes at all? where are you skiing? have you ever had circulation issues before?
Greg_KAlmost guarantee it’s because your bottom 2 buckles are too tight cutting off circulation. The top two buckles do the work pulling the heel back into the heel pocket, the bottom 2 are only there to keep snow out and should never be tight.
Use thin breathable socks and follow this sequence of putting on boots. This link should be a sticky and required viewing for all skiers.
**This post was edited on Nov 14th 2018 at 6:16:44am