Instead of what boots to avoid try finding which ones work for you. The only way to do this is hit the shop and try them on. Boots are something you want to spend extra time in selecting and take your time doing it. Try both boots on, leave em on your feet for at least five minutes and if they bother you move on to the next pair. What works for one person will not always work for the next. Just make sure whatever you select fits your bindings well too. This is very important, last thing you want to do is find a boot you like and then get it home and it's a poor fit to your bindings. If you have to take your entire rig with you boot shopping.
That being said I will give you two good suggestions to start with. Check out the Thirty-Two TM2, about a seven stiffness, great for all mountain, decent in the park too. If you want softer check out the Lashed its softer than the TM2 and its my boot of choice for my freestyle rig. If you're looking for a narrow boot check out boots from Ride. They are very narrow and have a good range if stiffness to choose from. A buddy of mine has narrow feet and loves Ride boots. But Thirty Two are great at getting a custom fit, check em out. They are one if the lightest, most comfortable, and customizable boots out there.
Good luck hope this helps you out.
Last edited by Cyfer; 02-19-2013 at 04:57 AM.