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have morton's neuroma: seeking boots with wider toe box, high arch, narrow heel

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have morton's neuroma: seeking boots with wider toe box, high arch, narrow heel

 

recently developed debilitating morton's neuroma in left foot, which

is wider... I can only ski a few hrs at a time.

 

...so i took boots (dabello cross, few yrs old) back to destination ski in

north vancouver to have it punched out and also have my intuition dreamliners remoulded.

...had a metatarsal pad placed in mid of conformable custom footbeds too.

 

so while there I asked the bootfitter for a few suggestions given my foot sizing and one 

was the lange rx 120 and technica inferno blaze and heat.

 

anyone care to comment or suggest a few others?

  i'm even considering custom $$$ topshelf custom boots in wb if i can't find a solution.

 

so while i want a tight, snug boot, it goes against my morton's neuroma  rolleyes.gif

post #2 of 4

so whats wrong with your current boots?

 

get a boot that fits the narrow parts of your foot best and get the rest made wider.

post #3 of 4
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i'm trying...after this work noted above i'll try 'em out tomorrow...just am trying to have a backup plan

should it fail.

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so whats wrong with your current boots?

 

get a boot that fits the narrow parts of your foot best and get the rest made wider.

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oh,    I have found that most neuroma's only need 2-3mm per side extra room.   easy to do.

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