Most shoes are not shaped like a foot, are your big and little toes angled in from years of being pushed into a rounded toe box?
Don't know if Innos are like Hoka Stinsons that made me choose:
cut hole in side for my smashed in pinky toe (first time I got blisters between toes.)
Or chop off my pinky toes (hmm, Hokas weren't cheap, toes came free...)
Altras say "foot shaped" on the toe box. Why aren't others foot shaped? I think pointy or round toe boxes are crazy (they are for me.) But some people have long big toes, recessed pinkies that work with pointy shoes.
Altra Olympus are the most comfortable shoes I've ever had. A little sloppy on technical terrain but still comfortable and I didn't have any ankle roll issues from height. On a technical traverse, had to cut the reinforcement side of ankles for the Hoka. All shoes roll some on traverses, sharp edge dug into ankle, not a prob with Olys.