My boots are hitting the front of my leg right at the ankle/bend in the boot. It doesn't hurt when I put the boots on but after a day of skiing the pain is bad and skiing the next day is often very difficult. The boot can cut into the leg leaving a red mark or bruised area. I went to a ski shop last night about adjusting the boot and they suggested a heel lift, which they didn't have in stock, so I could try it. However, that sounded counter intuitive to me. I would think a heel lift would push my leg further into the pressure point that is causing the problem. After reading some of the other posts I was wondering if a toe lift might be the answer. Any thoughts or suggestions? I'm going to try another ski shop this week and see what they say. Thanks.
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3/4/08 at 7:46am