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post #1 of 6
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What's the best place to get intuition liners? I want to get the high volume luxury liner in a 28, but the $99 ones on ebay are all medium volume. Anybody have the hookup\coupon code? $199 off the intuition website seems high if folks are selling them for half that on ebay. 

post #2 of 6

on e bay you takes your chances and mold them yourself, and if/when it gets screwed up you are on your own

 

in a store someone helps you to get the correct one and molds it for you (and deals with any problems if they arise

 

i will leave this thread here for now so you can get some more responses, if nothing turns up i will shift it to general gear forum

post #3 of 6

maybe a med liner, and a really thick sock and extra footbeds?

 

if you are adding a thick liner, because your boot shells are a bit (or a lot) big, then might be better to spend money on shells that fit, then you dont need thicker liners?   just guessing,

post #4 of 6
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Originally Posted by CEM View Post
 

on e bay you takes your chances and mold them yourself, and if/when it gets screwed up you are on your own

 

in a store someone helps you to get the correct one and molds it for you (and deals with any problems if they arise

 

i will leave this thread here for now so you can get some more responses, if nothing turns up i will shift it to general gear forum

 

Yeah, I'll probably get them done if I can't find them priced more closely to the ebay ones. Definitely worth it for $30 or so, but for $130, I'm pretty confident I can figure it out, especially with enough money to buy a replacement if I screw up the first one. Plus, then I'll have learned something.

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by mntlion View Post
 

maybe a med liner, and a really thick sock and extra footbeds?

 

if you are adding a thick liner, because your boot shells are a bit (or a lot) big, then might be better to spend money on shells that fit, then you dont need thicker liners?   just guessing,

 

 

I'm pretty lanky so my foot length to foot\leg volume ratio is probably different than most. They fit when they're not packed out, but they're towards the tight end of the adjustment range and I'd rather get more use out of the liners. I also like my boots. 

post #5 of 6

They fit when they aren't packed out sounds to me like to big.  Like Dave just guessing

post #6 of 6

One last thing.  Folks aren't selling them for $99 on ebay,  discount online stores are.  No warranty, not authorized dealers, selling inventory bought from shops going out of business, no help with the process and no checking your boots to advise if you should even be doing it.  Bargains in name only.

 

Lou

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