Try molding your insoles with a hair drier. Also, you can't just shove your feet in them and lace them up and expect it to be comfortable.
You have to ensure the tongue is positioned correctly and your heel is seated properly and lace them up progressively by sections.
They might seem kind of tight initially but either the hair drier trick or just wearing them around the house will break em in a bit.
If you are wearing too thick of socks that will create a lot of extra pressure as well, I wear military boot socks which are fairly thin but still wool. My feet stay toasty even when the mercury drops and I have issues with getting too cold at times.
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These are incredible. I cut mine into 5 strips and spaced them evenly to fit the length of my foot. I feel like it looks better and gives you a bit more control.