I own a pair of Dalbello Kryptons and they have - of all the boots I own(ed) - the best heel hold and width for my feet. They are a size 27.5 with stock footbeds.
But I have during lifting and standing, waiting, walking severe pain in the big toe. It gets better while skiing, but I fear that the boot might be a tad too short.
Here are pics of my shell fit (left and right):
I cut open the liners (something I have to do with nearly all of the liners I own).
I marked the areas of the pain:
And this is how tight I buckle my boots:
I skied in them about a week, but it was still painfull. Do you guys think that it should be possible to stretch or grind them? Or is all hope lost? And would another footbed effectively "shorten" the length of the feet?
Edited by christomx - 2/21/12 at 11:21am