Hi. A few years ago I bought a pair of Lange Comp 110's. I really like the boot, but the only problem that I have is the burning. If I buckle up and then immediately click into my skis, I can bang out a whole day with no problems, but as soon as I stop for lunch, things can get a little dicey. I used to unbuckle my boots before walking around the lodge, which gave me the burning sensation every time. Then I started leaving my boots buckled, but still it was a tossup of whether or not I would get the burning sensation. I always feel it on the outside of the bottom of the foot, and it gets really bad, but it goes away about 10 seconds after I take the ski boots off. I have two pairs of socks, a thin CWX sock and a thicker pair of woolen socks. I get the burning in both socks, but it occurs more in the thicker socks, especially on warmer days, probably because of the sweat. After a day of skiing my boots become damp, if that helps at all, but I always dry them completely before the next day. This is getting really annoying, and I have the greatest fear of quitting early on a powder day because the burning is that bad. Thanks for all the help in advance!
Outside of Feet Burning Help?
Burning sensation usually can be contributed to pressure on a nerve somewhere. Have your boot fitter assess the heel pocket area of the boot. To much compression behind the lateral side of Achilles Tendon-ankle pocket could create the sensation you are having.