Starting to think about new boots for the upcoming season and you see /read a lot about ski development in the past five to 10 years w/single rocker, 2x rocker, triple camber, twin tips, reverse rocker, etc. But, you don't see / read much about boot developments and how boots evolve to compliment / enhance your experience with new ski types (i.e. 2x rockered ski). I would think a boot matched to a foot and ski might be appropriate as your position (upright vs. forward) is different on different types of skis.
Does this make sense? I run skis w/tip and tail rocker, camber underfoot and was wondering if I should try to match to boots (after finding a fit for a low volume, skinny calf-lower leg, high arch, 170# aggressive skier, likes to walk on the beach in the moonlight, sip tequila, wind blowing in my hair, )?