I have my girlfriend in a pair of Lange Freeride 110W. Great fit with one exception.
On both feet she has an extra bone (it's genetic) that protrudes about 5mm high, ~15mm in diameter and is directly under the second buckle on the lower shell.
She already has a high instep, and it is right at the end of the tongue. My concern is that there is little to no room for a doughnut that could potentially cut off circulation or slip. I could lower the boot board but I am curious if you have other suggestions.
With the tools I have available trying to punch/grind there would be tough but doable however, I always try to avoid modifying the shell where it overlaps.
I'm a long time shop employee who has taken a couple of years off and my knowledge/practice is out of date. So, I'm here to solicit other suggestions or things I might not have heard about.
The boot is skiable and broken in but painful enough that this needs to be fixed.
Thanks for any ideas.