So last season I was getting some pretty severe arch pain, usually I start noticing it just walking from the parking lot and progresses worse throughout the morning. It gets to the point where I either have to stop skiing to take my boots off, or, lately I've been bringing the stock insole in my pocket and need to swap those out to get relief.
I'm skiing Cochise 110's, with Sole footbeds, they have been moulded to my feet, but still cause me issues. I have flat feet so something with support is important. However, whether it's the Sole footbeds, or superfeet, basically anything with decent arch support is giving me extreme pain. Sometimes it's so bad I can only make 5-6 turns before needing to stop to get some relief.
I don't know if it's the boots themselves that are causing the issues, or if it's simply the footbeds themselves? All I know is that when I use the stock footbeds (no support) I don't get pain. With supportive footbeds I get extremely bad arch pain.
Hoping some of you boot experts could chime in, would really like to get this sorted out for this season.