After skiing the intuitions for 30 days, it feels as if the section of the liner below the arch of the foot has started to compress, rocking my foot back into a pronated stance, adding a lot of pressure to the inside of my ankle, and sixth toe area. It was temporary relieved by propping the footbed up with whatever i had on hand to make it through the remainder of my trip.
I just wonder, is this an issue with the footbed? (custom molded, posted by California Ski Company in Berkley.) Is it the fact that the liner was molded without the footbeds in place (and I should just have them remolded?) Or is there another issue I shoud address?
I realize it's hard to answer boot questions over the net, but I just want to have some educated questions for when I head up to the bootfitters.
Gotta get my boots in working order for ESA!
Thanks in advance,