I have a question for bootfitters here. I have a pair of Head Adapt Edge 90/100 skiboots. There is a screw at the back of each boot allowing a softer flex and a screw at the bottom of each shrew, according to online descriptions, which would allow some widening of each shoe. I already had the skiboots given to a bootfitters last year who widened the shoes for me. At the time, last year, the big problem I had with the skiboots was that my calves were being squeezed so tightly that I was forced to stop every 30 metres or so while skiing in order to reduce the pain and get the blood flowing again to my feet. Widening the boots(via machine, perhaps, not via screw?) did not solve this calf-problem I had. What I was wondering is what other things are possible that a bootfitter could do without ruining my ability to ski? The widening done at that shop last year meant that the 2 top buckles could only just reach the nearest (lowest) rung/setting so that further widening would not work, I suspect? My skiboots were size 46, mondopoint 30. Oh, and I also had this problem with the front of the skiboot being too hard for me.