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Hi everyone,

 

I've been skiing on a pair of Head Raptor 125rs for 100(ish) days now.  They *are* the proper boot for me, and were actually fitted by one of the folks here (Hi Lou).  I have been supremely happy with these boots, Lou did a couple of minor punches when I purchased, and other than that, my only modification is a pair of the cut-to-size Superfeet RedHot foot beds.

 

Now for my current issue; my feet are starting to get cold.  Skiing last weekend, on a relatively warm day (-10 celcius or so), with relatively easy (father in law friendly) skiing at Lake Louise.  Since packing out the liners, I haven't had any issues - but now my feet are getting cold.

 

Thoughts?

 

I'm going to ski a few more days at least, and see how things hold up - maybe I was just having an off day - who knows.  But I'm wondering what I'm looking at here, my best guess - time for a new pair of liners?

post #2 of 3

boot gloves?

 

intuition liners?

 

hottronics?

 

but try again first

post #3 of 3
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Just a brief update: Skiied Saturday at Lake Louise; oddly enough my feet weren't too cold - chilly, but not painful-cold). This dispite the fact that is was -30c at the top of the mountain in the wind. We'll see how this weekend at Panorama goes... More and more I'm thinking it was just an off day / still a little bit sick day making me colder than usual.
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