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Fischer Thermo Fit boot liners (FS Race Fit) - how to?

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I purchased a pair of last years Progressor 120 boots with the RS Race Fit Liners.  I'm going to get some footbeds made for them, but I'm curious about how the Thermo Fit works on the liner.  The manual didn't have anything to say about how they are molded.  Do you heat them up or are they just relying on body heat to form?

 

Thanks

 

 

post #2 of 4

normally they go onto a heat blower and this warms the foam, causes to to soften and expand a bit, you put the foot in and this compresses it away form the foot where it hits and leaves it expanded a little where it doesn't touch, skiing a couple of days will do the same job

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Thank you for the info. 

post #4 of 4

Hello,

Make sure the shop doesn't heat the liners up with the footbeds in, they will distort and ruin them. To mold the liner using a footbed, place the footbed under your foot and then place your sock over it. Then when the liner is heated you can place your foot into the boot.

 

Jeffrey Rich C. Ped.

htpp://www.usorthoticcenter.com

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