I have a pair of Salomon X-Max 100 I got last year fitted by Stephen in Jackson Hole. They fit like a dream, but my toes get cold in them. It's mainly just my 3 biggest toes on each foot. Today I was out for 2 hours in temps in the high 20s and my toes were numb when I called it quits. I couldn't find any complaints online from others, so it doesn't seem to be a common problem with these boots. I'm starting to wonder if the toe box is causing blood flow to slow. Like I said, I love the fit of the boots, so I'm not fond of the idea of changing it, unless that's what has to happen. The boots only have 5 days on them and haven't begun to pack yet if that matters. When wearing the boots, there is no pain, hot spots, or anything like that, just nice and tight. Does anybody have any home remedies to fix my issues? If need be, I will get back to a fitter for adjustments. I should also add that I have always had mildly cold toes in all ski boots, but not this bad.
(I put this in the gear forum so anybody can respond, but it can be moved if it should be in the boot fitter forum)