I've had this problem for a while, and having problems fixing it. It started when I got intuition pro tour liners. It's only on the left foot, and my instep from a little behind the big toe to the base of the ankle gets numb, and stays like that for a long time. The last day I skied was April 5, and I still feel some numbness two and a half weeks later. It's only when I rub my foot that I notice it.
The tongue of my liner moves around some when I ski, and it tends to want to move down. I notice some minor pain in the ankle when riding the chair lift only. My latest thought was that maybe the tongue was moving around too much and causing pressure. So I ordered the thick tongue from intuition. This turned out not being successful, as it was a little too tight, and made a fairly big section of both of my feet red after wearing for half an hour in the house. I then did the same test with the original tongues, and both my feet still got red, but a smaller section and the redness went away quicker. I have molded the tongue multiple times to try to break it down.
So I don't know what to do next. It's annoying that the tongue moves around while I ski and doesn't want to stay up off my foot. I suppose the right result would be for my feet to not become red at all? The numbness isn't a big deal other than being annoying, but I am concerned about long-term health effects. What could they be?
Edited by nemesis256 - 4/23/15 at 3:10pm