Hi, I recently spent a week backcountry ski touring in borrowed Scarpa AT boots that fit well, but developed some pretty nasty pain on the ankle bones on the insides of both ankles. How do I avoid this in the short term if I were to try to pad out the boots differently, or in the medium term when I look to buy my own AT boots, please? More specifically, is there a way that the foot should be sitting in a boot that avoids pressure on these points point? --- For background: I've kinda had this issue before in other ski or hiking boots - but never this bad. On this last trip the boots were comfy to start off with. The trouble started as a hot spot, and as soon as I noticed it I taped both ankles. For the first whole day I thought it was fine. The second day I was in agony as the initial minor blister became an open wound. I had to nurse my feet the rest of the week. I ended up using various bits of foam to pad both above and below the ankle bone, but this was hard to get right and still not very effective, so I'm sure there must be a better way? Thanks for any ideas!