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TurnfarmerIf you have limited ankle dorsiflexion
ButteredToast.I have high arches and had to have arch support added by a boot fitter because I didn’t know what the hell I was doing when I tried to remedy the pain.
That worked, but created new pressure points on top of my foot... so...
onenerdykidThe first thing is to always properly stabilize the foot in the boot, then you make the boot fit the foot. That means, for you, the boot fitter should grind a few millimeters off the top of the boot board to drop you down a bit. This will give you all of the benefits of the footbed but then not crush your foot.
YoungWookieeAfter seeing your posts over the years I’ve always thought to my self “ I wish he was my local boot fitter”
The dudes here at evo I’m Seattle are complete dickheads and are obviously incompetent at fitting compared to you. You should change your name to dr bootfitter because you honestly are the man
SessionEvo Portland has taken a shit in that department as well. They used to have an amazing staff. Now I have guys telling me there is no way my footbed will fit in a Full Tilt. Yet I go home and slip mine right in, and it improves the fit of the boot.
I was also not happy with them just wanting to heatstack mold my intuitions. I would have preferred them in the oven to get a full mold to bett accommodate my man calves.
runforlove2018My panterras were awfully painful for about the first 3-5 days in them. It was so bad I was unbuckling them everytime I got on the lift. After that, they're the most comfy things ever. Perhaps they just need to break in?