Maybe it's a trivial statement but you probably need to find the reason why it happens in that area
and then find a way to spread the pressure away so it's more equal on your foot.
I didn't have pain at the outer edge but at the ball of the foot and big toe area on carbon soled
Giro shoes. I moved the cleats a bit back and put in thicker insoles and it did help.
Maybe for the outer edge you need to angle the shoe differently?
Yeah, could be.
It's my right foot that hurts, I'd be surprised if I'd mis-placed the right hand cleat on 3 pairs of shoes.
I was thinking of the angle when looked from the front. Like in this example:
If your foot is not perfectly parallel to the ground you will put more pressure on the outside.
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