I am skiing instructor and a person who loves skiing but unfortunately I hate ski boots. Since now I have never skied in ski boots made by boot-fitter, but last week I went to London to Surefoot and made my first pair of custom ski boots. I would like to say that it was great experience and guys there were very helpful. They used Head Adaptedge 110 boots, worked with outer shell to accommodate my wide feet (119 and 121 mm) with high insteps and high arches. Than custom insoles and foam liners were also made for me. I have skied in my new boots for three days but I am not happy at all. In all my previous boots (last ones were Atomic B-tech 110) I have had the same problem as in these new boots - after 30 - 40 minutes in ski boots numbness starts to appear under balls of my feet and when I continue to ski it grows in to unbearable pain and cramping later. In my new boots I don't have any pressure on the instep and they are wide enough for my wide feet.
Below are pictures of my feet and also Surefoot guys told me that my Achilles tendons are not very flexible. I am 195 cm and 105 kg guy, I like to ski aggressively but I also spend up to 10 hours a day doing snow-plow and standing around with my clients.
I would really appreciate some opinions on options how my problem can be solved as it is not easy and cheap for me to go back to Surefoot shop.
Thanks in advance!