Freshen up those boots.
If your liners are starting to feel like they're losing a bit of their luster, throw them out and show your feet some love with the Intuition Women's Luxury Liners. For years, Intuition has been the standard in heat-moldable liners due to the fact that they're made with Intuition's own closed-cell EVA foam, which offers exceptional warmth that is lighter than most stock liners. An antimicrobial treatment along the inside of the liners helps to reduce any odor-causing microbial growth from taking hold, so you won't have to worry about them stinking up the back of your rig after back-to-back days on the mountain.
- Intuition foam (closed-cell EVA)
- Tongue-style liner
- Lace closure
- Antimicrobial lining treatment
- Item #INU0003
- Q & A
Not for me
I got this liner trying to add another season or two to my ski boots but they did not work. It took my dad and I to get the liner in the shell and then it was so bulky I couldn't even buckle my boot up. I like my boot to fit nice and tight and this is probably more of a liner for a skier that doesn't care for a performance fit.
Way too soft and high volume
I have the dalbello kryzma boot which is a very stiff ski boot. The power wrap Intuition liner that came with the boot has a seam that cuts right across my shin, so after two years of shin bang I decided to get a tongue liner which is why I bought the luxury liner. I used them 3 times and I'm now returning them. They completely changed the flex of my boot...turning them into a soft beginner boot that makes me crumple forward when I flex and apply forward pressure. I'm an aggressive skier, so I need something stiff to hold me back in the boot. I went to my ski shop and had them change the cuff angle and change out the front plastic for a stiffer flex (the part came with my boots), but it did nothing to help. I'm going back to my old liners and going to try the beer cozy method to reduce my shin bang. Giving 3 stars because this liner would be great for a beginner....but if you're advanced please go with something stiffer.