I'm sure you guys have been asked before but here I go. My left foot is 268mm and my right is 256mm. I'm a 38 year old male. 5'11" 175 lbs. I'm an intermediate to advanced skier. I'm on my fifth season of going out to Colorado in a row and average 5-7 full days on the slopes each year. (This year starts a 10-14 day average.)
I will be staying at my favorite place to ski, Keystone/A-Basin, and plan on purchasing boots when I arrive to the area Feb 1. I want the best boot money can buy for ME. I want something that can help overcome the foot size issue but can also have canting adjustments, etc. I would love to have a boot that could also grow with me and my abilities. (Stiffness adjustment) Is there a boot out there that makes this possible? Or, should I consider buying two different boots of a lesser price to fit each foot and sacrifice options found in many of the upper end boots?
I plan on getting custom foot molds and getting fitted at Christy's. (I would love to go see Greg in Vail as I've heard so many great things but I don't want to make the extra drive and lose time. Especially if any adjustments need to be made.)
I'm sorry if the question is not specific enough but any direction you pro's can send me is greatly appreciated.