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Atomic RT CS 130 liners

post #1 of 6
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Hey, so I had a pair of the 2010 CS 130s and loved them, was without proform/decent boot fitter in Chile, so bought a cheap pair I saw online, thinking they would be the same as mine. The shells seem the same, but the buckles are carbon, and the liner is a little different, it's not leather inside like my last pair, is badged 'sidas conformable' and seems a little higher volume (this may be because my old pair were packed out). 

Anyhow, given that they are conformable, do I need to get them baked/fitted? Obviously I was planning on a bit of punching and grinding when I get to Japan next week, but I'm not sure if the fitter there has an oven for heat formed liners (he stocks cork liners).

Cheers for the input, never had heat formed liners before, only zip fit and conformable injection.

 

post #2 of 6

did you get a foam liner?   does it have some 1cm holes in the back, just above the heel?

 

I'd just ski them and see how they feel.. (but if they are foam, the odds of them fitting you are slim, as they where made for someone elses foot)

post #3 of 6
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These boots are brand new, can't see any holes.

post #4 of 6
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Just to clarify, the liner is still a stock atomic liner, just a slightly different one to last years model, or maybe it is a slightly different boot. I just need to know whether it'll be fine to just leave it to pack naturally, or whether it'd be best to heat them up.

post #5 of 6

just ski em,  I was thinking they where used boots and had used foam liners.

 

you will be fine.

post #6 of 6
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Thanks

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