Last winter I purchased a pair of Salomon Impact 100 CS boots. The salesperson also sold me a pair of off the shelf footbeds to replace the stock ones - can't recall the brand - I think they are Superfeet.
I was only able to get in 3 solid days of skiing on the boots last winter, but each day I had intense cramping in the arches of both feet. This is the first pair of boots I've owned in a while - in the past rental boots gave me similar problems, but after a few runs each morning, the cramping would go away. Not so with the new boots I just purchased.
Any advice? Dump the footbeds - go back to the stock foam ones? try different ones? Other tips? Keeping the toe side buckles looser did not help.....
Thanks so much.