So I am having a very unusual problem - my feet get WAY too hot. I use Fischer Vaccuums that fit great but with all the spring skiing in 50s mtn temps, my feet swell up as the day goes on and start causing me pain.
In colder winter temps my boot/liners work great but warmer temps are brutal due to the heating issue. In researching custom liners, it seems everything out there is warmer than my current liners (in fact people complain my liners are some of the coldest around).
What are the coldest liners I can get for spring skiing? Something with really weak insulation.
It may be more effective to tackle the problem from a different approach? I suppose I could stop, take a break, take my feet out of my boots and bury them in the snow to cool off every 1.5 hrs or so.
Shame no one makes little vents to put on ski boots to vent the heat with an adjustable cover to block it in wintry conditions.
How do you guys handle hot feet for spring ski conditions? No socks? Immerse feet in ice? Maybe cover my boots with mushy snow eveyr hour for a few minutes to cool down the shells, letting the lower temp cool my feet?