For the last number of seasons I have had incredible pain over the whole of the soles of my feet whilst skiing. I can ski two runs then boom! Mind blowing pain which only goes away when I take my boots off and sit for about 30 mins and I can try again. Same thing after the next run. I have tried a good few pair of boots from realy comfortable (in the store) Dalebello Krypton Rampage to stiff and minimual pading Salamon X-130, Lange Race boots etc with the same reaction. I have tried all sorts of foot beds etc with no improvement.
I am quite a big guy 6'5"" 265 lbs and ski mostly fast hard on piste etc which might add a lot of pressure to my feet at speed.
I am really looking for a solution to this but an idea of what causes the pain would be a great step forward!
The pain is not so bad if I ski with my boots unclipped which is great for balance training but no good for all else.
I ignored the pain last season so much that I am left with pretty sore feet all over the arch etc and it took months for the toe numbness to subside, stupid I admit but when the snow is there it is tough one to forgo.
I skied mostly in Norway last few seasons, great knowlage and love of skiing there.
Anyone out there have an experience of this type of foot pain?
Happy skiing for 2014/2015