9/27/2017
 
Hey Scott, yup, should work just fine!
9/27/2017
 
Hey Jim! The Alien RS fits narrower than the F1 throughout (just in case you have tried that on in the past), has a pointier toe box, and similar volume over the instep. The Sytron is a touch wider in the forefoot but still lower in volume over the instep than the Alien RS. The toe box in the Sytron also feels a bit more squared off than the Alien RS.
9/25/2017
 
Good eye. The Carbon Y Frame extends a bit beyond the actual carbon panel displayed on the boot, so there's even less room than it looks like you have to work with, but we have successfully punched below it before. If you end up getting the Powertrack liner, you may have to go through a less-than-pleasant heat molding process with foam on the part of your foot that you mentioned to get the excessive pressure to go away before it becomes an issue. Time will tell!
9/25/2017
 
The Powertrack 10 comes in a 28.5, so I'd just go for that. You got it, the liners will expand a bit (effectively lowering the overall volume of the boot) and then compress around your foot during the heat molding process, which is where the custom fitting magic happens. Length or width in the liners is less of an issue to take care of than the other areas you mentioned, so I think it'll all work out eventually, but it may take a liner mold plus a generous amount of skiing (my Palau liners took a heat mold ...
9/25/2017
 
Hey Michelle! Thanks for reaching out! I measured from the top of the waistband to the very bottom of the skirt (so, full length, top to bottom). Please note they are a touch longer in the back than in the front. S: Front - 15in/Rear - 17in M: Front - 16in/Rear - 18in L: Front - 16in/Rear - 18in XL: Front - 17in/Rear - 19in I'm 5' 9" with a 28" waist, 30" inseam and tried on the small. It hit about 2.5-3 inches above my knee and allowed for a long enough stride to jump across a stream or run from a bear,...