I have resorted to posting my feet problems on this forum with hopes for some guidance, advice or any input. Over the past 2 years I have worked with my local boot fitter to try and get (2) pairs of boots to fit relatively comfortably and make me feel secure to manage the ski.
I have attached (2) pictures of my foot, the width is 106mm and currently I am in a Atomic Hawx 120 with Boot Doc liners. The right foot is 1/2" smaller than the left and this has forced me to add a foam ankle support to keep me secure in the heal. The boots have been stretched a bit near the front of the foot because I was feel a bit of squeezing pressures. Currently my left foot is extremely sore under the foot where the arch is and I noticed this skiing longer runs at both Revelstoke and Kicking Horse. I have custom orthotics in these ski boots with boot heaters and still suffer from cold feet.
Previously I was in an Atomic RS CT 130. These boots have about 30 hours of work and we decided to scrap them.
I am driving my wife crazy and wanted to see what input or advice you guys have. I am to the point where we feel that I am making up issues and possibly have an impossible foot to fit. I get all my work done in Mont Tremblant and Daniel Lachance - reputable place.