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Salamon X-Pro 100: Heat Molded with reversed liners

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Hello everybody,

 

About a week ago I bought a brand new pair of Salamon X-Pro 100 from a ski shop. After the fitting, the guy helping me removed the liners and placed the liner and the boots in some sort of heating machine. Afterwards, I walked around for about 15 minutes. Everything seemed fine.

 

Today I tried on the boots again at home (I haven't ski on them yet), and it felt a bit...weird. I pulled out the liners, and it turns out they were reversed! Right liner in the left foot and vice versa! They were heat molded like that because I clearly remember they guy just putting the boots in the box after I removed them from my feet.

 

I plan to go back to the shop tomorrow and I was wondering how big of a deal is this. Can they just heat mold the liner/boots again? I assume they will just say yes at the store, but I wanted to ask you guys what do you think? Should I be asking for new liners?

 

Thank you for your help!

Markus

post #2 of 3

remold the correct way and you should be fine....

 

people come into my store a few times a year, after skiing a few days with reversed liners AND footbeds,    we put them back in the correct way, and it usuauly works out fine

post #3 of 3
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Thank you!

 

Markus

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