I just got a pair of Lange RX110's, and (like every other boot I've ever owned) there's too much pressure on the cunifrom bump on top of my instep. The upper part of the tongue has a hard plastic outer surface which extends down over each edge of the lower part of the tongue. The center section of the tongue is all soft material. Unfortunately, the edge of the hard material is right over my cuniform bump.
How can I get some relief there? Lowering the boot board might help, but the bottom of the board has 5 different planes and several grooves, so that doesn't seem feasible. I could cut the hard material of the tongue, but I am concerned that cutting the stitching there would damage the tongue. What else is there? Can I heat the togue and press a bump into the hard material? Could I get a moldable replacemnet tongue?
Thanks in advance.