This season I found my new boots at a ski swap. As a result, the guy helping was experienced in skiing but not a boot fitter. He helped me get a better fit than my previous boots that were gifted to me but I ended up with a narrow, on piste, 120 boot.
Got custom footbeds and a shell mold to widen the last to my feets' 102, and dealt with a horrible pain during what I though was just the break in process. After 10 days the pain had lessened but i was still feeling crammed into the toe box so my bootfitter charged me 100 bucks to widen them a few mm. It helped the left foot to a degree, but my right foot feels as if it is at an angle in the boot. Pronation is the word i believe; theres pressure on my ankle and the outside of my foot (5th toe area) and at rest my right ski is much more on the outside edge. Rolling to the inside edge takes a lot more effort than the left side.
All this to ask, should I keep trying with the same boot fitter, or go somewhere else? Would a fresh start on a shell more fitting for my feet be a better option?
I've spent 500 on fitment alone but I don't feel confident in the bootfitters problem solving, she rushes me in and out and tries the first fix that comes to mind, also when asked about canting she explained that it is a detail that only experienced racers would need, which conflicts what I've read online.