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Intuition Pro Tour Liner


Pro Tour Liner

Suffering through long tours in cold, poorly fitting stock liners is no way to spend your free time. Intuition's long been the leader in heat-moldable custom-fit liners for racers, freeskiers, and groomer cruisers, and it's taking over the backcountry with the Pro Tour Liner. Constructed from the company's top-secret Intuition foam, the Pro Tour is a tongue-style lace-up liner with moderate, tour-friendly stiffness and a rear flex panel that helps you nail a smooth, easy stride to make skinning and bootpacking that much easier. It's also warmer than stock liners, so your toes won't freeze when you're hitting the trail at four a.m., and it's finished with an odor-resistant lining that won't make your boots smell like, well, like you've been touring in them all winter. Intuition’s closed-cell EVA foam is wearable out of the box, but can also be heat-molded for a full-custom fit.

  • Aftermarket liner supplies a customizable fit for your touring boots
  • Tongue shape with lace closure can be adjusted throughout the day
  • Insulation traps warmth on long approaches in sub-freezing temps
  • Heat-moldable design offers a precise fit but can be worn stock
  • 9mm sole provides arch support and long-lasting cushioning
  • Anti-odor treatment keeps things fresh after long seasons
  • Item #INU0004

Intuition foam, closed cell EVA
Claimed Weight
[pair] 1lb 3oz
Recommended Use
alpine touring

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 3

Probably needs a revamp.

I returned this product before using it

This review is for the Intuition Pro Tour. 7-5 years ago this probably was a great liner. However, I cannot think of a touring boot out on the market currently that would work well with anything besides the low volumes (backcountry is selling the medium volume, I believe). If you are using a four buckle boot, which in 2019 isn't really a touring boot anymore, then you are still safe. Don't try to pair these with a modern Salomon, Atomic, Fischer, Dynafit, Sportiva, Scarpa touring boot.

>Rating: 4

Medium Volume

Intuition makes these in High, Medium, and Low Volume options. This is the Medium Volume Liner.

Definitely misleading without that specifier in the description... Thanks for the info!

>Rating: 5

Intuition Quality

I've put it through the wringer

These liners are of the quality I would expect from Intuition. I made a mistake when molding them for the first time and put a fold at the back of my heel. I was able to reheat them and smooth out the fold to where it was imperceptible, a good sign for future molding as well. These liners were used to replace the factory stocked liners in a pair of La Sportiva boots, and the sizes matched up perfectly. They are a much more responsive and comfortable option for days in the backcountry.

>Rating: 5

Still the Best

I've used it several times

As for liners, they fit true to size, can be heat molded ..and are super comfy and durable. Still # 1 . Some boots come with ok liners, if need be, throw these bad boys in, Done, Bam!

>Rating: 5

Gave my ski boots new life

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

These are a great liners to replace packed out, old ones. They are not super stiff and have a flex point at the Achilles tendon, but are working well for me. I had them molded at a good ski shop who got them dialed in, which I think makes a big difference.

>Rating: 4

Great replacement liners

I've put it through the wringer

Warm, light, easily moldable. Makes a world of difference after your original liners pack out. Caveat - fastener for the laces will make a divot in the tongue when the boot shell is tight on it but the tongue has enough beef that you don’t feel it (or at least I don’t). Would be five stars if they were less expensive to begin with but you can’t argue with the quality or performance.

>Rating: 4

Fits right

I've put it through the wringer

The intuition pro tour liners will lighten up any AT Boot. They are easy to mold at home with a sock filled with rice and don’t pack out after a couple days of skiing. Well worth the purchase.

>Rating: 4

Light weight and comfy

I've used it several times

Did not come with the tube or toe covers for molding.

$10 us available directly from Intuition. Using an old pair is ski socks works too instead of the Intuition sock to hold the rice. For your foot, Cut another sock (of any kind) at the toes to bulk up the area around the front of the foot instead of the toe cap. Cover that and foot with another ski sock.

>Rating: 4

Still works...

I've put it through the wringer

Step one: Purchase Pro Tour liners Step two: Ski them for 4.5 seasons, 250+ days, 2 boots, and 3 moldings Step three: Drill the foam and add p-cord to hold together Not the best liner in the world and I can't say it hasn't caused some frustration at times, but the Pro Tour is definitely durable, warm, and light as hell. Amazing how light it makes the Vulcan boot compared to other stiffer touring-capable boots available. Would purchase again.


How do you heat and mold?


I have the Scott Cosmo boot in size 29.5. Should I get a 29 or 30 liner?


Looking to replace packed out liners in my Scarpa Mobe's. This is my one boot for touring/resort. Trying to decide between the Pro Tours or the Power Wrap. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

Just bought a pair of power wraps and quickly discovering if your boots did not come with wrap style liner then they will not fit wrap style liner.