I recently handed down my old pair of boots to a friend. After removing the boots, his toes feel numb and get the pins and needles feeling. He feels it progressively from the outside toe, moves in to the other toes, and the big toes are not affected. There is some pretty significant heel lift in the boots, so I'm wondering if there's an easy way to remove a little bit of it and still make a progressive ramp down. He does have limited dorsiflexion, so some heel lift is needed. He's also not interested in seeing a boot fitter because he doesn't feel he skis well enough to spend money on them. So a homemade solution is desired. Would sandpaper work?
His previous pair was rental boots, and very sloppy. So fixing this is definitely the better solution.
Edited by nemesis256 - 2/25/15 at 5:17pm