Quick question some of you might be able to answer for me...
I have had broken/fractured bones in each of my feet in different locations, but both along the instep. These injuries seem to have healed well, but I am getting pretty intense pain in each of my feet in different spots for the first two hours of wearing my ski boots. After two hours when the pain dissipates, I can snug up my boots completely and my feet feel great and well supported for the rest of the day.
The pain seems to start and be concentrated around my instep - the general vicinity where I broke each of my feet.
Spoke with a very good boot fitter, but he was a little perplexed because I'm able to wear the boots on a tighter setting and resume my day after the first two hours fairly intense pain and stretching. In addition, pain does increases with more demanding terrain.
This has my been experience for each of my 45 or so days of skiing this year, but not my experience prior to breaking my feet 5-6 years ago.
Even my five year old ski racer daughter is becoming increasingly difficult to keep up with. Must fix feet, must fix feet, ... lol ;)
Any suggestions? In Seattle if that helps in terms of referrals.
Edited by SailSkiRun - 3/29/14 at 12:12pm