Mostly Asolo Boots
I switched to Trail Runners this year for all of my 3 season hiking. It was transformative and while I'm cautiously on the fence about using them for winter backpacking and mountaineering, I'm willing to do some experimenting there.
My feet however, may never be the same. I think they grew larger this year. I'm in a bit of a panic about this because I have a fairly large, approximately $1500 investment, in traditional hiking and plastic mountaineering boots.
It's so bad that I've had to remove the superfeet insoles and the thick sock layer to fit into my leather Asolo 520's and get them on. Things are a bit better with my Scarpa Omega mountaineering boots. There, I've just had to drop from a thick outer wool sock to a thinner one.
But, I'm understandably dismayed. Does anyone know how to reverse foot growth, other than having a baby? I want me old feet back!