Hi, looking at k2 spyne 110 as it has intuition type liner and it follows the side profile of my feet reasonably well, but for the 26.5 (306BSL) my toes are crowded and big toe would need a substantial punch whereas the 27.5 (316BSL) gives toes lots of room as I am just brushing the end of the liner in neutral position. I'm typically in a shell with 311ish BSL as 306ish tends to be too problematic. The 27.5 uncooked is what I would call comfy, and am wondering if it is indeed possible to have a comfy high performance boot with toe space using the intuition style liner. With a reg liner I would want a denser/snugger fit out of the box all the way around, though reg liners typically only last me part of a season of skiing. I have no idea what to expect from the intuition type liner after is cooked, and if it snugged up a bit and ended up feeling denser I would consider it. Needs to stand up as well I ski 50-65 days a year and do not want a mush liner in the spring.
Like the idea of giving intuition type liner a try and of having toe space with the 27.5 due to ingrown toe nails and tendency to have numbness/cold/frozen toes. Coming of a pair of Tecnica Demon w. soft foam custom injected liners and tongues which I find cold and whose neoprene toe boxes didn't really give enough to keep my toes happy.
So any thoughts on how big I can go for shell sizing with this K2 as I intend to go back and do a closer inspection of the shell fits.