ime, having high arches, a proper fitting foot bed that support the arch; preventing the arch from going flat and helps hold the foot back in the heel pocket...i.e. from sliding forward...so kind of makes more room for the toes.
Somethime you have to trim the foot bed for length, or even shave it down (underside).
another thing, if big toe is scrunched...perhaps heat mold a toe cap or stretch it out to gain a bit of space
recommend a foot bed that fits your arch, as noted someplace here sometimes it takes a while to get your foot accostumed to a foot bed, i.e., put them in your regular shoes...wear and then transfer them to your boots
Last edited by wrathfuldeity; 03-12-2013 at 09:54 AM.