I'd arrainge the foot foam if it has any 1st.
Then get the seat moved right and the back band. If that doesn't do it. You'll have to either stand it or try something else. I boated Daggers for years and loved the way they fit, but usually had a dead leg in the play boats. Haven't noticed it as much in my Jackson or Bliss-Stick. Good luck. When you get my age you start trading performance for comfort, but I've found in my 2005 Jackson I could have both. not true of my 2007 though. My RAD 175 (Bliss-Stick) hurts so I can only stay in a half hour or so, but my Spec. 5.9 or RAD 180 I can stay in all day. I've found the first time after a season teleskiing is tough, but as my tighs get back to normal, I fit much better. Have fun, that's what it's all about. Ron
ps. one thing I've found that makes way more difference than you'd think is the thickness of my shorts and my booty socks. it seems a 1/4" makes a lot of difference in a small boat. For layering it's Poly, fleece and dry top. Toaster mitts for the hands and a tope and I've never gotten cold even with ice all over my top and jacket. See you, Ron.
When the river stands in awe of me as I do her, I'll know I'm a kayaker.