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Can a bootfitter fix this, if so how?

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I have a pair of Lange Fluid 80 Ski Boots 2008 that has 5 days of usage.  On the right boot, I am getting a pressure point right along the bone on the top of my foot.  I searched around and didn't find anyone else with this problem with their boots.  So I was wondering can a boot fitter fix this, or should I find a new pair?  

 

Oh the boot didn't fit perfectly because I brought it online, and didn't buy it in store.  Kinda stupid with hindsight. 

 

Thanks in advance.

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Hard to know in this forum exactly what to fix and I'm going to assume that a boot purchased online is almost certainly too big and the pressure you are feeling is from you buckling the boot to tightly.  However, if all is good and the pressure is a boot shape issue it can usually be relieved by grinding the tongue thinner.

 

Lou

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