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By the end of today, the bottoms of my feet were BURNING...what to do?

In new Nike Zoom Force 1's, I was wearing them around the house yesterday and they were making my outside toes go a bit numb and the bottoms of my feet were in a little bit of pain. But since they fit great in the shop, and I didn't break them in yet, I proceeded to wear them out today. I could deal with the numbness, but less than a couple of hours later, the bottom of both feet were sore (the bottom towards my toes). Took a break, took the boots off, and the pain went away basically right way. And the pain seemed to go away while riding. Fast forward a couple of hours later and the pain was burning and pretty unbearable unless I was riding...which didn't help me because the lines were rediculous.

Is this typical for brand new boots that haven't been broken in? How long should I break them in for? At what point do I give up, try to recoup some money, and get another pair? Are there any other options, inserts, maybe?

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I had to same prob with some new nike kaiju this weekend. I bought some new insoles and heat molded the liner at my local shop. Now the boots feel great and the problem is solved.
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I guess that's what I'll be doing next weekend.
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I had some 32 boots that did that, I reckon they were just too skinny for my feet.
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Get better insoles, superfeet or something. Go to boots section and look around, search and shit. There's a ton of info here if you look
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When i first started learning my feet would burn by the end of the day.
Just went away as my feet got stronger and boots got broken in.
If i do them too tight still it hurts like hell.
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Get better insoles, superfeet or something. Go to boots section and look around, search and shit. There's a ton of info here if you look
I was searching on here for about a half hour. But I just wanted to see if anyone else had experienced that specific problem, as I wasn't exactly sure whether or not the pain I had was being described by others. My bad, though.
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grab a pair of Remind insoles, theys cush.

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