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Intuition Power Wrap Liner - Men's

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    Warmer, lighter, and stiffer.

    When your liners are packed out, breathe new life into your ski boots with the Intuition Power Wrap Liners. Intuition has been the go-to for customizable liners for years, and for good reason. Intuition foam can be heat molded for a precise fit that will boost both the comfort and performance of your boots, and it is lighter and warmer than stock liners. The Power Wrap Liners will boost the stiffness of your boots thanks to wrap style closure, as well as reinforced cuffs and ankles. Inside, the liners are treated with an antimicrobial lining to keep them smelling fresh after consecutive days on the mountain.
    • Intuition foam
    • Wrap style liner
    • Reinforced cuff and ankles
    • Medium/low volume sole (9mm)
    • Heat moldable
    • Antimicrobial lining
    • Item #INU0001

    Tech Specs

    Shell Material
    high-density foam
    Thermo-moldable Liner
    Claimed Weight
    [23.0] 7.87 oz, [24.0] 8.04 oz, [25.0] 8.43 oz, [26.0] 8.71 oz, [27.0] 9.03 oz, [28.0] 9.56 oz, [29.0] 9.81 oz, [30.0] 10.26 oz, [31.0] 10.87 oz
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    Tech Specs

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    Long time favorite

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These wrap liners are great for low volume feet. Nice stiff feel but very comfortable after properly heat molded and broken in. Strongest skiing liner I have used, also the warmest.

    Great Liners

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I am a huge fan of the intuition wrap liners. I feel like they provide my feet better circulation without loss of performance. I recently bought these to try and salvage a boot but they boots need too much volume filled. I returned these however have this liner in my touring boots as well as a pair of previous alpine boots. Highly recommended.

    Great Option just didn't work for me

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    After molding these I realized they seemed to feel a bit softer than my stock liners which were for a 120 flex boot. I also did not use toe caps when molding the boots which could have also been a reason they did not fit completely right. Ive heard good reviews so im guess I just had a special case.

    Best boot upgrade

      If I buy a boot that doesn't have an Intuition liner in it the first thing I do is add one. These liners offer a stiff firm feel while still being comfortable. Mold them to your feet and combine them with a footbed and you'll be a happy skier.

      Be aware that these are the max volume model. If you're boots are tight you might want to look for another liner. If you have a little spare room in your boots these are the ticket.

      Excellent liners, Maximise boot life

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have the Voodoo Telemark boots that are 3 years old. My liners were totally packed out and I wanted to upgrade to a stiffer telemark boot. Because I like to get the longest life out of my equipment I decided to give the intuition liners a shot. I am 6foot 3in and 185lbs and my boots were feeling flat, I chose this stiffer liner Peo Wrap Liner in a 28 for my 27.5 boots as intuition suggested. Once I heat molded them and skied on them a few days they quickly became exactly what I was looking for! My boots were back and better than new! Do your research and put a lot of thought into your old boots, you size, and the performance/typeof skiing you will be doing. My choice of the power wrap may seem a little unorthodox to many telemark skiers but with my size and original boot shell I am very happy with my choice!

      YOU MUST HEAT MOLD THEM! And you will find out why as soon as you put you foot in them for the first time. As a DIY dude I decided to do the heat mold myself. It involves 2 pare of knee high stockings, 3 pounds of uncooked raw rice and a microwave. I followed the instructions and watched the video. After about 30min I was done and I was excited to rip the new boots! The rice in the knee high stockings is a little strange and but it did make a killer pork fried rice post boot molding!

      Intuition liners are a boot and pocketbook savers! I like my boots better than ever and I can get 2 more seasons out of these boots.

      Excellent liners, Maximise boot life

      Not for tech boots.

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

      I'm a little bit knock-kneed/A-frame, so liners with traditional tongues tend to migrate to the outside of my shins while I'm touring or skiing, resulting in pretty significant discomfort from my tibiae pressing into the cuff of the boot shell. Wrap liners are an AWESOME way to combat this, but the volume of these is much too large to fit in a tech boot. I couldn't fit the 25.0 liner in my 25.5 Scarpa Gea RS boots, so I ended up returning them.

      That said, Intuition makes the *BEST* liners in the game, and this one is an excellent choice for skiers with alpine boots who prefer a firm, responsive liner. For cushier options, check out the Intuition Luxury Liner.

      Did not fit in my boot :(

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

      I tried to cram this into my Atomic Backland Carbon. I almost lost my foot. I would need their thinnest liner for that boot. Having said that the liner was well constructed, intuition foam is top tier and their online instructions for molding are great. User error on my part, and the painful shin bump will continue with my stock liners. So it goes.

      High performance comfort

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I have been using these liners for years and have nothing but great things to say! Heat moldable liner ensures a personal fit, eliminating painful pressure points. The stiff power wrap provides a responsive and reliable feel, great for skiers of all ability.

      Be sure you do your research

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      These will be great, IF you get them professionally molded and ensure you get the right size for your boots. Read the info on Intuition's website for sizing based on your boot size (esp if you have .5 boots since these only come in .0's).

      We tried to heat these using the at-home methods online, but weren't overly successful. If you insist on doing it at home, put them in your oven, use a laser thermometer and be sure to add plenty of extra socks for toe space. I recommend going to a ski shop to get them professionally done, though - it's worth it.

      Disclaimer: these were a gift for my boyfriend, an ex-ski racer, and he thinks that they are not as stiff as a stock liner (contrary to the reviews below). Stock liners have a hard plastic tongue, and these do not.

      not for everyone

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I tried these in a 23.5 shell, overlap type, and I had several problems and had to return. the boot wouldn't flex right; it was rigid. the boot leaked air through the overlap in the shell and right through the liner when the wind blew from the side or when skiing. I could not make a turn with these liners and would have quit skiing if that's what boots felt like. ended up with the new Mach 1 and use the stock liner. what does intuition know about Tecnica?? small sizes?? interface with shell?? weather proofing?? to me, the whole idea stinks and I await more companies putting in better stock liners specifically made for their particular shell. when an idea is that bad and people flock to it, I'd say boot fitters are just trying to boost the price of the boot.

      Treat Your Feet

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I was having a real time trying to make my stock Salomon Ghost 130 liners feel comfortable, so after much deliberation I decided to spring for the Power Wrap Liners. After getting them professionally cooked at the local bootfitter, I'm sold.
      I love how stiff they feel compared to the stock liners, and I've got room where I need it, and a close fit where I don't. They are also considerably warmer than the stock liners, which is a huge plus for my perma-cold feet.
      The Intuitions also have about an inch and half of cuff height over the stock liners, so they really hold your leg well and let you drive the boots forward without putting that top-of-boot pressure on your shins.
      Finally, oh the ease of getting these on and off. If you've even seen a guy sitting in tears in the Alta parking lot with a boot half off, that was probably me. The pain of putting my Ghost boots on and taking them off with the stock liners was unreal. They were SO tight and the tongue of the liner would always shift to one side, exposing my soft, tender flesh to the sharp, stiff plastic inner cuff of the boot. Awful.
      With the Intuitions, the wrapped cuff protects my feet from the sharp stuff, and I can just "unwrap" them a bit and slide my foot right in and out. Wonderful.

      The gold standard in liners

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Intuition Power Wrap is the gold standard for boot liners. You can upgrade pretty much any boot to this for a more custom and comfortable feel. Especially on touring skis NEVER skimp on liners as that will ruin your trip and everything about it. Try your stock liners first of course, but if they don't seem to be right for you b/c of hot spots or cold feet, upgrade to these and never look back.

      do they come with toe cap for home heat molding?

      Hi Marcel! So the home fitting kit is sold separately and does not come with the liner. I hope this helps and check out the link below for instructions on home fitting.


      Unanswered Question

      I have 24.5 Dalbello's and the intuition website says to size up if you have a half shell size. I know a 24 and a 24.5 Dalbello use the same exact shell, so why is the size up necessary? I would have thought the liner fitting the shell is most important, as the liner fitting your foot is all up to the molding process.