I am a decent advanced skier in Salomon Impact 10 boots. I have put in about 30 days this season and after about 15 days, I noticed my toes on both feet starting to go numb, staying numb even after I had removed my boots and throughout the week (although lessening through the week). Also, when I crank up the two lower buckles to lessen foot movement within the boot, if I leave them done up and ski, my toes get very painful (similar to the pain when your toes are really cold and then start to warm up). I have to remove my boots and the pain subsides. This hasn't happened in the past. Any suggestions as to what type of adjustments may help (other than not tightening my boots)?
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3/8/10 at 1:58pm