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Re: What liners are in your ski boots
« on: November 08, 2010, 01:13:29 pm »
I can see your point Jim....on the intermediate type boots that basically are designed with cusshy liners for comfort...But I must say,....there's nothing more comfortable than a properly fitted high performance boot....warm and just the perfect extension of your own foot...good stuff!~

I'm personally not a fan of putting a Intuition liner in my boot...the thckness of that liner would not work well for my foot fit just because of the contact I have between my liner and shell now. Never was a big on the ankle hold of that liner. I did try a Zip Fit liner in my previous Head RS90 boots and did not like the performace of that particular model they had me had some kind of flexible material in the toe box that I thought allowed too much movement...but the real problem was the boot shell was to big. So...try, learn and live!

Be interested to hear your thoughts if you make the change.? G
« Last Edit: November 08, 2010, 01:15:04 pm by Gary »