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So your calves are bruised but not your shins. Exactly what is happening to get your calves so aggressively against the back of the boots? At least that is what I'm assuming is bruising them.
You could try Zipfit liners, but until I hear your answer to my question I'm thinking we should be talking about stance.
So shin bang is in general always caused by uneven pressure on the shins. But the causes can be many. There is a product that many shops will have called the eliminator if I remember right that can help. It will fill up space and help even out pressure. So will Booster straps especially worn between the shell and the tongue.
But you are getting bruised front and back. I still think stance is worth a look, but what is so unusual about your feet that you can't find a boot that works?
Ski boots don't come in size 8 they do however come correctly in size 25. Is that the size you actually measure? How wide is your foot when measured on a Brannock?
What boots have you been trying? What boots do you own?