I've got some new Scarpa Gea's and they are the right size. But I'm getting cold toes which is unusual for me - no cold toes in 6 years with my old same mondo Scarpa Matrix boots.
I figure a good idea is to compare the fit of my old boots... the liner in the new one is a bit more snug like a glove all around the foot, but certainly not at all painful. At the toe box the liner fits like a glove as well and there is less room all around, so I don't really have much wiggle room (less than my old boots) and I'm thinking it's because of that I'm getting cold toes.
I went and got them re-molded with a cap over my toes, but that didn't seem to be successful at giving me significantly more toe box room.
With just my foot in the shell there is loads of vertical height, so I think I just need to focus on packing out the liner itself above/below the toes a bit. How can I get focus in and get more room just there without overdoing it?
I have access to a heat gun.
PS> As an experiment, I'm also going to try one of the old liners in the new shell.
Thanks in advance ! ;-)