Dalbello website states Scorpion DRS 130 Liner is heat moldable. Does anyone know what machines are rated to mold this innerboot and, if so; what temp, time, etc?
This is Dalbello's highest performance boot, with a thin liner and close shell fit. So my hunch is that "moldable" on the site means you could heat it, like any liner, but you don't need to. And IME thin racing boot liners do better if you just let them reshape through skiing. If you're determined, I'd check further with Dalbello or your shop. The dry rice approach you can find on Intuition's own site works well, but the temps and time vary by foam thickness and density. In general, Dalbello's Intuition liners are a bit less dense than Intuitions own line, for instance, and anyway not sure if this is actually made by Intuition. If not, then the foam will be different; Intuition's foams are proprietary.