So I am not the world's greatest skier but I really want to improve. The problem is, extreme ski boot pains are preventing me from getting a full days worth of skiing whenever I go out. The size of the boot is not the problem, my heel doesn't move around, I never have problems with toe and shin bang, and I never have problems with cold feet. The pain is in the big toe side of the foot at the midpoint of the foot (sorry, not exactly the greatest at explaining things) so I wouldn't say that it would be the whole arch of my foot that hurts. Specifically, the tendon that seems to connect to the big toe. By that I mean that after half a day, I seem to be able to sense every minute motion of my big toe through the tendon in the inside side of the feet. It is definitely not a cramp because the pain will last 3-5 days. After 10 or so runs, it becomes almost unbearable to stand. So my question is; is this something that I should just suck up and put up with it? Or is this a problem with the boot? I know next to nothing about fitting so please write your response as if you were teaching a new concept please!