heydudeitsme (why does that call to mind the classic Dude Where's My Car sequence about the tatoos: dude! Sweet! Dude! Sweet!...?)
at any rate, if you haven't caught on, the guys are joshing you.
boots aren't really made for particular ski models.
bottomline, you probably should have gotten some good fitting boots before you plunked down on skis.
but that's neither here nor there.
you need to go to a shop that 1. has a good bootfitter and 2. a large selection of brands and styles.
once you go to said shop, start trying on boots.
information about bootfitting can be found both here on Epic:http://forums.epicski.com/showthread.php?t=58683
and over at Realskiers:http://www.techsupportforskiers.com/boots1.htm
read up on how to shop for boots before you do it (i.e. the tricks of getting that proper fit) and be prepared to sacrifice at least a full day of shopping and trying on.
recommending boots to people is a lot trickier than skis as everyone's feet are incredibly different.
basically, read the literature in the above links, then find a shop, then be prepared to try on a lot of boots and stand around flexing and whatnot.
wow, i'm proud of myself, I could have so easily JONGed...