Have a pair of ski boots (couple years old) never skied - tags still on - don't think liner was ever molded.
Has the Intuition Power Wrap liner.
Sold it - new owner claims his shop said liners are "cooked" and hard.
Wondering what the story is - I tried them on and, while firm liners to begin with, I didn't notice any "hardness" or forming having been done. Pulled them out and inspected them prior to selling and they seemed brand new. Could it just be the liners are firm to begin with or would need to be used alot to soften up over time. Trying to determine if this is a likely scenario -or- if it is a user preference thing (fit discomfort) that is being blamed on "cooked" liners. Like I said, the liners are pretty firm anyway as liners go and that combined with the typical ski boot fitting issues might be the problem and not "cooked' liners. in my experience, it is pretty hard to mess up moldable liners to the point they would be unusable (in fact, I have never run across it before). not saying it is "impossible" but could there be other fit issues at play here?
First pair of Intuition liners I have had so someone with some experience with these would help.