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Re: What liners are in your ski boots
« on: November 10, 2010, 01:25:59 pm »
JB...I use tipping to little toe edge as much as I use big toe...actually, I don't even think about big toe cause it's so automatic...but..wi th the shape of my foot and how it marries up to the shape of my boot, I have no movement, chaffing, rubbing or slipping. With the few adjustments I made, it'a quite dialed in.

I am glad to hear in your case that the foam liner was the magic bullet. I think that in all cases getting the closest thing to the ergonomically shaped shell design for the skiers foot shape is critical. If there are still tolerences that just can't be rectified....the foam liner makes all the sense in the world to me.

Happy feet mean happy turns!