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Injection foam liners (Strolz...) in Live Fit Zone shell? (Atomic Waymaker, Tracker...)

post #1 of 4
Thread Starter 

Is it possible to foam in a shell that have the soft rubber "windows" on the sides?

I imagine it could work if the rubber is supported from the outside by a piece of wood or something else hard, tied to the shell to avoid the rubber being blown out by the pressure from the injected foam?

 

/Gunnar 

 

Professional Patroler.

post #2 of 4

not tried it in the live fit boots, the biggest problem is bow out of the shell, when we deal with softer shells we freeze them down before foaming,  not sure how it would work with the live fit though

post #3 of 4

the live fit shell, and foam seem like opposite ends of the performance scale?  

 

what problem are you trying to solve with foam liners?

post #4 of 4
Thread Starter 

Have the last 13 winters been using Strolz liners in several walkmode shells. Scarpa Denali TT, XT and Tornado. Dalbello Virus. (And Dalbello kryptons to)

I have molded and tried to ski all the Termoflex and Intuition liners that came with the boots i had. Non of them could hold my feet anyway near the fit of the Stolz liners. I have also had severel Confomable injection liners mad. But they all had airbubbles or other issues. 

I need the best of comfort and foothold. I ski close to every day in the winter. 

 

Gunnar

 

hemsedal Skipatrol

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