So I'm not having any pains while skiing or even after skiing but if I brush up against the inside of my foot just above the arch, it's completely numb and will typically stay that way for a few weeks after a ski trip. See below picture for location. From what I can gather from researching foot nerves, it's the very tip of the saphenous nerve that I'm losing. I don't notice it 99.9% of the time but it's not something I want to keep doing if at all possible. Only problem is, I can't figure out what's causing it and it's only in my right foot.
A little about my boots and feet... My left foot is wide and has a high instep but not enough to worry about and has no modifications to the shell. My right foot (when standing) is 26.25cm long, 108mm wide, and I have a high instep at 28.5mm. I have some 26.5 Rossignol Evo 100 boots with Intuition power wrap liners with Pinnacle Powerstep insoles (non custom footbeds). I've had the width of the boot stretched to accommodate my freakishly wide foot. I don't crank down my lower buckles very tight unless I know I'll be doing a fast run or a lot of moguls. If I do crank them down, I'll release the buckles on the lift ride back up the mountain. I typically run my upper buckle pretty tight to keep my heel planted (this boot has only 1 upper and 2 lower buckles). Buckling the upper buckle take a lot of effort so I don't release that one very often but probably 3-4 times a day.
Any ideas would be helpful. I only have access to boot fitters when I travel to go skiing and it really sucks spending half a day of my precious ski time sitting in a shop.