do you know why your toes are numb (frostbite, boot tightness)? what kind of socks are you using? do you notice your feet are really wet? if its not frost bite, its because your boot is too tight. now that i think about it i think i had the same problem last year. my pinky toe on i believe my right foot would always go numb, i always thought it felt like my sock was jammed in between my toes, and it never was, but it drove me absolutely nuts. im trying to remember how i fixed it...usually i would stop, undo my boot and just take it off for a bit. i noticed when i loosened the liner lace alot it didnt go numb/asleep as fast. next time you ride try not tightening the lining lace at all, and only tighten the boot with the outside laces (boa in your case) and see if it has any effect. also try not tightening the bottom part around your ankle as much. when you have the part around the ankle tight and you bend your legs it can be very restricting on your ankle and put alot of pressure on it. im going out friday, and if it happens ill try a bunch of different solutions and let you know if any worked. i dont have the boa but i have the burton cinch strings.
oh didnt see the sock comment, get one nice pair of wool or synthetic winter socks instead of 2 pairs
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I think they call them pants
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