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Live in the now.

No offense, but if you haven’t customized your boot liners yet, you’re living in the past. Take the Scarpa Men’s PlusFit TT High Ski Boot Liner into your local shop and have them bake it to the exact shape of your foot. That’ll eliminate any slip-around space, which makes your boots more responsive and more energy efficient, thus giving you more control and letting you ski longer before pooping out. Reinforcements at the shin and all along the back protect spots that get a lot of pressure placed on them throughout the day, and an overlap closure evenly distributes forward force and does away with the annoying old lace-up system.

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I have some pretty misshapen ankles (they've...

I have some pretty misshapen ankles (they've been broken a few times) and my 10 year+ old Salomon EXP.S 9.0 boots just plain hurt. I don't get to ski as often as I'd like (maybe 3 times a season) so I'd prefer not to buy new equipment. Do you think these liners have enough range to shape themselves to my sad bones? Also, I have narrow feet and skinny calves... chicken legs.

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Well, these liners aren't available anymore. Take a look at some of the Intuition liners. They can make up for a lot of foot and ankle strangeness. You may also want to look into getting the shells of your Salomons ground or blown out by a pro boot-fitter.

I have pretty flat/pronated feet and have...

I have pretty flat/pronated feet and have been thinking of buying custom boots as I wear out quickly with reqgular ski boots. Would these help with that or should I still pursue a custom boot?Thanks,Dan

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You should still pursue custom footbeds. I've heard of some people having success with getting a thermo fit liner to accommodate for arch issues, and other issues on the bottom of their feet, but in the end the thermo molding will always pack out underneath the foot because of all the pressure of your weight. A thermo molding boot liner is designed to hug your fit in non weight bearing parts of of the boot--not provide a footbed. Hope that helps. Good luck!

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will these fit garmont g- lite ( 3- buckle and power strap) boots?

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will these fit my denali xt? if so where...

will these fit my denali xt? if so where can I get it done?