Lots of times the problem is more with the shortness of the
liner, or more to the point.....your foot is being pushed or
is sliding forward(beginning at the heel). What you might
try just as a test....simply place layered duck tape onto the
front of the cuff....the area that your boot tongue hits...and
add this as far down...all the way up as far as the plastic will
let you stick on tape...* simply adding *material* "in front"..
to hold your foot back. Also, you can tape on a little material
*In Front!* of your ankle to help this effort even more.
Try this little maneuver and just see if it helps by keeping your
foot as far back in the boot as physically possible.
Even if this doesn't help.....the problem is usually only a dim-
inutive fraction of an inch...maybe only a few millimeters in
length...but whatever the amount of distance, once our toes meet
resistance....it feels like the proverbial *Brick Wall*...no
matter how little the length is *off* by....
[ December 22, 2002, 12:43 PM: Message edited by: HaveSkisWillClimb ]