onenerdykidOrder of operations with your boot-fitter:
1. Get a supportive footbed. Without one your foot will move & make contact with the plastic shell. Do not do step 2 without doing step 1 first.
2. Once you have a supportive footbed, modify the shape of the plastic. This is most likely what is too tight. Have your boot-fitter reshape the plastic to match the shape of your foot. If you don't do step 1 first, your foot will simply move into the modified area and you'll still be in pain.
3. Mold the liner to the new shell shape. If the shell is the wrong shape, trying to thin out your liner won't be successful.
Thanks man. I actually have a custom footbed and had my boot fitted in Revelstoke.. Still having problems though. Anyone in Oslo know a good boot fitter? Probably going to need to get the shell moulded. I dunno :D but god it sucks!