After cracking plastic shellon Nordica hotrods, Nordica sent me a doberman spitfire 120 boot last year.
I skied on them aprox 60 days & the outside of my foot right behind little toe is sore & a little swollen.( side of ball of foot on little toe side) I never had these boots heated to mold to my feet should they have been heated. I skied about 50 days with no problem then broke a ski & skied on ice (more vibration) with a ski with a higher delta angle then used to for a few days & got a sore foot. Since then put a plate under front binding but foot still tender & can feel pain when skiing. (often aft balance accelerating out of turn I ski very aggressive) The season is over now but for next year should I get these boot liners molded to my feet or are they even heat moldable? (never heat molded them yet) Is it best to get them done now or wait closer to ski season. I might have had the bottom 2 buckles to loose because often they come undone on me & have almost zero tension. I took the foot beds out from day one skiing on them that came with boots & replaced them with superfeet wich I skied for several years in hot rod & had no problem.
If I do up buckles a little tighter the liner might fit a little closer to a larger area of foot but also might but more presure against side of foot. I could also get the liner heat molded if its moldable ( if it is should it be done every year) or the side of the shell punched out. I use hot chile ski socks that fit properly & my foot feels no presure points in boots except on little toe side if I lean back a little. My foot has almost zero movement in boot less then 1 mm if I try to move it to the best of my ability but can not sense it moving ever when skiing.
What do you guys recomend