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Lange adjustments and heat molding?

post #1 of 4
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I have new, un-skied 2012 Super Blasters and my wife has new, un-skied 2012 Women's RX80 LVs. I have a few questions:

 

1 The cant adjustment is really for adjusting cuff angle, not actually tilting the foot, correct?

 

2 Does one need to have the heat conformable liners done or can you just ski the boots as is?

 

3 If one is going to have them heat conformed, does it matter what footbeds you have in the boot? What if we decide to get customs or Superfeet later?

 

Thanks!

post #2 of 4

1)  corrrect

2) correct,  just ski em.   heating liner helps to speed up the packout, so if the boots feel tight, this can help

3)  see what fits you best for footbeds

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Originally Posted by mntlion View Post

1)  corrrect

2) correct,  just ski em.   heating liner helps to speed up the packout, so if the boots feel tight, this can help

3)  see what fits you best for footbeds

Thanks! So the varying thickness/height between footbed inserts will or won't affect the heat conforming too much? I'd guess it's best to have the footbed of choice in the liner before committing to moulding the liner?

post #4 of 4

best to have the correct one, but can be added later if needed

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