Cool, thanks for the clarification.
I'll be working with a fitter this season to get these dialled in. I should be able to try a thinner liner prior to mucking around with the shell. Right now they're very tight all over without any hot spots, so it would likely work. Having said that, I'm a recreational skier and I don't need a thin, performance liner. But I take your point, thanks.
When you throw those liners please throw them my way as I would love to have both.
I bought my new RS 130 boots last year and for the first time I did not have to touch the bunion area because the liner material stretches. I love the performance fit of the liner and I think it is one of the best ones out there for the shape of my foot and my skinny heel. Not enough room in the forefoot of the BD liners costing $400 for me. Want to buy a new pair never skied in? Not narrow enough of a heel pocket in the low volume Intuition for $185. Want to buy a new pair never skied in or heated? Better yet I will trade you either one for the liner of the RS 130.
The BD, no. I seem to need a tad more room in the forefoot myself. If the Intuition is a wrap model it won't work as it's marginal over my instep right now.
I'll play around with them and see where we end up.
For reference, here are two comparison shots - toes and heels. The toe narrows down a little more in comparison with my 'modified' Nordicas. Note this shot has the boots at slightly different angles to highlight the difference.
And the heels of the Lange are noticeably narrower from the outside. Internal space is subject to the width of the plastic, of course, but I can't imagine there's much difference there. The effect of the liner has to be taken into account as well.
Funny how I've just put new sole plates on my Nordicas, and now here I am with new boots.
Edited by sinbad7 - 5/24/16 at 4:12pm