So I did the thing you're never meant to do and force dried my boots at what I thought was a really low temperature (before someone turned the radiator up, the heat has caused the toe of my scarpa phantom 'cave in'.
By cave in I mean there is now a ridge on the inside of the boot that presses in to the foot, it's possible to press the ridge back out but it then sticks back in toward the foot.
Has anybody else had the same issue? How did you fix it?
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